Donald Trump is favored to win the GOP nomination for US president. A cornerstone of his campaign is a pledge to "build a wall" on the Mexican border and deport undocumented immigrants. His rhetoric has become a lightning rod for political dissent.
Lawmakers who don't dare to check President Donald Trump have abdicated their oversight role, Republican former governor and ex-EPA chief Christine Todd Whitman told DW. She detailed why Trump shouldn't be impeached.
The US midterm elections did not lead to a broad rejection of Trumpism. Instead, by taking the House, Democrats scored a must-win as the GOP gained Senate seats. Trump fever is still burning hot, writes Michael Knigge.
When US troops began fighting in World War I, it decided the outcome of the conflict. It lead to President Woodrow Wilson's foundation of a liberal world order under US leadership — which Trump is now destroying.
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.
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