The real tragedy of the November 8 US presidential election is that a great many people voted for Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump for all the wrong reasons, according to Barry Grossman, an international lawyer and political analyst who is based in Indonesia.
‘Most Americans voted for Clinton or Trump for all the wrong reasons’
The Democratic Party establishment is largely responsible for losing the White House to Republican candidate Donald Trump, but it is blaming everyone but themselves, according to Myles Hoenig, an American political analyst and activist.
Why and how Democrats lost White House to Donald Trump
US President-elect Donald Trump has invited Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to the United States as the premier congratulated him on the victory. According to Paul Larudee, a former US government adviser, this invitation indicates that Washington will continue to receive orders from the Tel Aviv regime.
US to continue receiving orders from Israel : Analyst
The Pentagon's plan to launch an offensive against the Daesh (ISIL) terrorist group in Syria is only aimed at undermining a successful attempt by the Syrian government and its allies to defeat the terror group, says an American political commentator.
‘US undermining Daesh fight to get footing in Syria’
By Farzam Vanaki Climate changes caused by anthropogenic (human caused) emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG) is the biggest issue facing modern societies and civilizations that were built upon fossil fuels.
Japanese scientist: GHG emission must stop
US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has no proof that the Democratic National Committee (DNC) is stealing the 2016 election from him, says political analyst and activist Myles Hoenig, but “rigging elections is all-American.”
Trump has no proof, but rigging elections is all-American: Analyst
Lawrence Davidson, a lecturer at West Chester University, believes the United States is at fault for the breakdown of the latest attempted ceasefire in Syria.
US at fault for Syria ceasefire breakdown: Pundit
James Jatras, a former US Senate foreign policy analyst, says the United States is doing its level best to save the terrorist groups in the Syrian city of Aleppo in order to maintain leverage for its ultimate goal which is regime change.
US doing its level best to save terrorists in Syria:

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