According to media reports the White House is witnessing some Steve Bannon vs Jared Kushner conflict and it seems Kushner gains the upper hand. In your opinion to what extent the dynamics in the White House and administration affects President Donald Trump’s decisions? Of course he was hardly a candidate with coherent views but it seems that these days he really somehow flip-flops on many issues – China, Russia, NATO, Syria, even Janet Yellen. Read few comments from experts.
It seems that the US-Russia relations under President Donald Trump are even more interesting, complicated, unclear (whether word we use) than expected. I know it is probably hard to say, but right now what does make sense to you in the US-Russia relations? Read few comments.
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Syria strike was also a message to North Korea, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said. Do you find somehow realistic that the US could attack North Korea and how would Pyongyang react? Read feaw comments.
Would you say that this quick decision process that led to Syria strike could be somehow symptomatic for President Donald Trump and what opportunities and risks it carries, especially when we are talking about decisions like using military power? Read few comments.
President Donald Trump’s decision to strike against the Syrian government came after swift shift of positions from Trump administration toward Assad. What opportunities and risks it carries it terms of fighting ISIS and other radical groups, what impact it may have on this fight? Read few comments.
How problematic, and why, it is for President Donald Trump and the GOP that the healthcare bill had to be withdrawn? Read few comments.