Monthly Archives: December 2016

December 14

Inside Kanye West’s Meeting With Donald Trump

A notorious Twitter user met with another notorious Twitter user today. It’s quite the image to think of what the journalists parked inside Trump Tower must have thought when they saw Kanye West, fresh out of rehab for a psychological breakdown, walk through the front doors and head to the elevators. They must have had […]

December 12

Who is Rex Tillerson?

Out of all the potential candidates for President-elect Donald Trump’s top cabinet role, the one who is now in the lead is the least well known in the political realm. He is, however, known in the business realm. Sources close to the transition team say that it is only a matter of time until Rex […]

December 12

The Continued Cold War

The cyber-attacks that happened during the election were somehow overshadowed by the campaigns in general. While Hillary Clinton’s campaign was the target of these attacks, and while she said that these were from Russia in order to undermine the political process, she was still ahead in almost every national poll, so they somehow did not […]

December 08

Donald Trump’s Illusive Climate Change Stance

President-elect Donald Trump has been busy choosing he he wants to help lead his administration. While it seemed he gave preference to public leaders who were most loyal to him throughout his campaign, he has other areas of extreme importance that will shape his time as president. One of the most important of these is […]

December 07

Trump Eases on Immigration

After a campaign that was very much built on some extreme promises, President-elect Donald Trump is showing that he is willing to compromise on some key issues. While most of his critics will lose some of their arguments, Trump is bending on key parts of his immigration policies. In particular, when it comes to deporting […]

December 05

Trump’s Communication

At the end of the day, the president’s job is to lead the American people. And how the president leads is often congruent with how he communicates to the people. When the president talks, the people-most of the time- listen. Which is why there are certain ways president’s communicate that go down in history. FDR’s […]

December 02

Inside Trump’s First 100 Days

Now that Donald Trump has won the election and will be the 45th president, it is time to move forward with an actual plan instead of campaign promises. And the first 100 days of the presidency very much provides a road map of what to expect for the next four years. With this in mind, […]