Outside the White House in Washington, a crowd of protesters vented their anger at the continuing political impasse, as the U.S. government shutdown entered its third week. Meanwhile on Capitol Hill, there was a small sign of progress in the Senate.
Trump has warned that if Democrats won power in the midterm elections, the US economy would see higher taxes, endangering jobs as a result. But cohabitation means legislative stagnation is more likely.
US political activist and former presidential candidate Ralph Nader tells DW why he believes Donald Trump will be a one-term president and why the Democrats should adopt European concepts to win the midterm elections.
In a party that belongs to Trump, Republican candidates in the midterm elections are ultimately just sideshows — even those that mimic the president. Michael Knigge reports from Virginia.
Donald Trump's recent attack on California over forest management was the latest in a series of potshots he and other Republicans have taken against the Golden State. Why do Republicans love to hate California?
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