Post Tagged with: "Donald Trump"

Senator Meghan or Governor Markle?

Senator Meghan or Governor Markle?

by Patrick Sullivan, Chief Executive of Parliament Street In our postmodern reality, we have seen a fusion of news and entertainment. As such, this means that entertainment, as much as anything, drives the news. What’s in the news affects and impacts the world we live in and the way we see the world. Ergo, in order to understand current events, […]

by · 1st April 2021 · frontpage
BRIEFING PAPER – 2018 U.S. Midterm Elections

BRIEFING PAPER – 2018 U.S. Midterm Elections

Kevin Brown provide us with  a briefing paper into the 2020 U.S. midterm elections, showing that rather than being a harbinger of doom for President Trump, the results show a clear path to his reelection in 2020. Read his paper here: Analyzing the Midterm Election for 2020 briefing

by · 20th November 2018 · Research
Parliament Street CEO discusses Cabinet resignations & the Presidential visit on France 24

Parliament Street CEO discusses Cabinet resignations & the Presidential visit on France 24

On the evening of Monday 9th July, 2018, Parliament Street CEO Patrick Sullivan was invited onto France 24 Debate to give his expert analysis on the political fallout from the cabinet resignations of David Davis and Boris Johnson, earlier in the day. Patrick was especially prescient in linking the Prime Minister’s Brexit troubles with the visit of President Donald J. […]

by · 9th July 2018 · Press Room, News
Withdrawing from the Iran Deal is a Catastrophic Error

Withdrawing from the Iran Deal is a Catastrophic Error

The Iran Deal is not perfect. Major international treaties seldom are. However, monitoring experts, defence policy-advisors – including Donald Trump’s own Secretary of Defence, Ret. Gen. Jim Mattis – agree that this treaty was, in fact, living up to expectations. Just ask former President Barack Obama’s Foreign Policy Advisor Ben Rhodes about what shortcomings he can identify from the JCPOA’s […]

by · 17th May 2018 · Blog
Governor-elect of Virginia, Ralph Northam (D) celebrates his election night victory with the other victorious Democratic candidates for state-wide office and outgoing Governor Terry McAuliffe (D)

Trump Effect Ignites Democrats in State, Local Elections

Call it the Trump effect, call it luck, call it a good ground game, but the Democratic Party had a night to celebrate on Tuesday when the party won the governor’s races in both Virginia and New Jersey, picked up mayor and council seats nationwide, and picked up more seats in the Virginia House of Delegates in a single election […]

by · 13th November 2017 · Blog
The Rise of Trump Forced Me Out of the Republican Party

The Rise of Trump Forced Me Out of the Republican Party

Let me preface this article by explaining that my departure from the Republican Party began before Donald Trump was the nominee for President. A lifelong Republican who’s held internships and volunteer positions on over a dozen campaigns from borough council to Presidential races, I’ve had close ties with the party for many, many years. An intern for the Mitt Romney […]

by · 21st April 2017 · Blog
President Trump greets a crowd in Orlando, Florida.

What Defines a Populist Movement?

Populism is difficult to define because those who cloak themselves in its meaning and those who oppose it often invent their own definitions that suit their own causes. William Jennings Bryan, a Democratic nominee for President several times at the turn of the 20th century, claimed to be a populist because he wanted the US Government to peg the dollar […]

by · 15th March 2017 · US Politics, Blog
President Donald Trump gestures towards the crowd as he delivers his inauguration speech.

President Donald Trump- What We Learned from his Inauguration and What to Expect

It’s officially official. Donald Trump is now the President of the United States. Many never, ever, would have predicted such a headline one year ago, but the day has come. Obviously, it goes without saying that Donald Trump divides opinions. He’s one of those people that one either loves or hates. Mr Trump’s supporters are passionately behind him and generally believe […]

by · 23rd January 2017 · Blog
President Barack Obama addresses a crowd during his farewell address on 11 Feb 2017.

If Only There was a List of all of Obama’s Achievements…

This article was originally published in The Huffington Post by the author. No president is perfect. Every president has issues that he must contend with that are serious and define his legacy. Clinton had the economy, Bush had 9/11 and the War on Terror, and the Great Recession. President Obama inherited the War on Terror, the worst recession since the […]

by · 18th January 2017 · Blog
Governor Romney meets with President-elect Donald Trump.

The Who’s Who So Far in the Trump Transition

Since Donald Trump’s surprise victory in the US Presidential election on 08 November, the President-elect has been busy assembling the team he will rely on when he assumes office on 21 January 2017. Some of the names have sparked controversy, others surprise, but Donald Trump has deflected criticism of his picks in the most Donald Trump way possible- by Tweeting […]

by · 28th November 2016 · US Politics, Blog