The evidence against the president could force his party's hand. Allan Lichtman, an American University history professor, has correctly predicted the outcome of every presidential election since President Ronald Reagan was elected in 1984. Show More Summary
Unlike recent past presidents, Donald Trump is a homebody. Over the course of his first year in office, Trump traveled far less frequently in pursuit of his agenda than any president has since Ronald Reagan. When Trump does leave Washington, he is far more likely to visit Trump-friendly states in campaign-style rallies than to try […]
When Princess Diana visited President Ronald Reagan and his wife, Nancy, at the White House in 1985, she stepped onto the ballroom dance floor — with a man known for his electrifying moves on the big screen.“I put my hand in the middle...Show More Summary
MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough began the day commemorating the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by playing a clip from 31 years ago in which President Ronald Reagan hoped that Americans could come together. “As recent unfortunate events have demonstrated, we cannot be complacent about...
President Donald Trump’s new drone technology plans and policies won’t be enough to restore U.S. leadership in the sector, according to a former intelligence official who helped Ronald Reagan amp up critical American missile defense technology during the Cold War. Show More Summary
The 40th president got the benefit of the doubt thanks to different times and his steady temperament.
When Ronald Reagan spoke about “making America great again” he spoke distinctly about America as an idea that transcends the borders of our country. In light of President Trump’s recent comments in a closed meeting, that we accept so...Show More Summary
If Ronald Reagan’s presidency yearned for the age of Norman Rockwell, Donald Trump’s reaches to the era of “Dr. Strangelove.” Based on a speculative science-fiction novel, Red Alert by Peter George, “Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned...Show More Summary
Donald Trump is headed to the doctor: later this week, the 71-year-old US president will undergo his first physical since taking office at a military hospital just outside Washington. In the 1980s, during Ronald Reagan's second term, a lively debate erupted over whether his intellectual capacity was deteriorating.
From the petition: James Woods, governor of California? Why not? The Golden State has a long history of electing leaders from the deep end of thespian pool. From Ronald Reagan to Arnold Schwarzenegger, Californian voters actually seem to enjoy casting ballots for Republican actors. Show More Summary
Ronald Reagan’s son, Ronald Reagan Jr., on Wednesday reacted to recent reports that people around Donald Trump are concerned about his mental fitness, telling CNN’s Don Lemon that regardless of any clinical diagnosis one may give the president, it’s clear “there’s something wrong.” “I have been...
This week we sit down with Bruce Bartlett, domestic policy adviser to Ronald Reagan, and Treasury official under George H. W. Bush. Bartlett explains why citizens need to learn how to separate “Fake News” from actual journalism. He advises curating your own source of verified news media. Show More Summary
(John Hinderaker) The Democrats are doing the same thing to Donald Trump that they did to Ronald Reagan–questioning his sanity, claiming he is senile and unstable, denying his fitness for office. There are two differences: the Democratic...Show More Summary
President Donald Trump on Sunday complained that he and President Ronald Reagan had the "same problem" with so-called "fake news." Minutes after White House aide Stephen Miller lost it on CNN over Michael Wolff's new tell-all book, Trump...Show More Summary
Donald Trump oddly pointed to the media’s coverage of Ronald Reagan as the president scrambled to bolster his image as mentally fit, characterizing himself as a “very stable genius and “being, like, really smart.” Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
President Donald Trump on Sunday complained that he and President Ronald Reagan had the “same problem” with so-called “fake news.” Minutes after White House aide Stephen Miller lost it on CNN over Michael Wolff’s new tell-all book, Trump took to Twitter to rage about...
The Week reports: Trump’s announcement that he will handle questions of his mental capacity in the style of former President Ronald Reagan is an odd choice, explains a Washington Post analysis, given that Reagan revealed an Alzheimer’s...Show More Summary
His new tweet: I’ve had to put up with the Fake News from the first day I announced that I would be running for President. Now I have to put up with a Fake Book, written by a totally discredited author. Ronald Reagan had the same problem and handled it well. Show More Summary
Messaging is a critical component in the conventional foreign policy theory of deterrence, which has been the cornerstone of American foreign policy since Ronald Reagan. America has seen success with this policy; always be willing to talk and work things out, but keep a battle carrier group on speed dial. Show More Summary
This week I sit down with Bruce Bartlett, domestic policy adviser to Ronald Reagan, and Treasury official under George H. W. Bush. Bartlett’s expertise is in tax issues, and he was one of the author’s of the Kemp-Roth tax bill, which ultimately became the basis of Ronald Reagan’s 1981 tax cut. Show More Summary