Some observers argue that former U.S. president Donald Trump’s presidency somehow represented an isolationist element of American politics. To what extent, if any, do you agree with that argument, Iran Daily asked Peter Kuznick* who is professor of history.
Can we be really hopeful that it was Donald Trump’s only term in the office, Iran Daily asked Peter Kuznick*, a professor of history. After all, the sentiments into which he tapped seem to be rather reinforced.
Twitter said Saturday it had permanently suspended an account linked to Iran's Leader that shared a video calling for taking revenge of those responsible for the assassination of top Iranian commander Lt. Gen. Qassem Soleimani.
IRAN DAILY: Almost five years ago, at the very beginning of former US president Donald Trump’s presidency, Peter Kuznick*, a professor at the American University, told in an interview that Trump, among other things, “is a rash, impulsive, unpredictable, and unstable human being.” We asked him how does he see Trump’s (hopefully only) term in the office? Did he live entirely up to his prediction?
U.S. President Joe Biden forcefully blamed Donald Trump and his supporters Thursday for holding a “dagger at the throat of democracy” with election lies that sparked last year’s deadly assault on the U.S. Capitol, using the anniversary of the attack to warn that America’s system of government remains under urgent threat.
The secretary-general of Iran’s Human Rights Office said three countries inside the region and three outside were involved in the 2020 assassination of Iran’s top anti-terror commander Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani, with former U.S. president Donald Trump topping the list of criminals behind the terrorist attack.
Most Republicans want former president Donald Trump to remain their party's leader, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS. But differing views about Trump's role in the party – and his strength as a future presidential nominee – highlight divides within the GOP.
Iran on Saturday blasted the administration of US President Joe Biden for taking “the failed path” of its predecessor a day after Washington imposed sanctions on four Iranians over an alleged plot to kidnap an Iranian-American.
Former US president Donald Trump launched on Saturday a sustained attack on his successor Joe Biden over handling of the retreat of American forces from Afghanistan, which he called “the greatest foreign policy humiliation” in US history.
Robert Malley, the US special envoy for Iran, admitted on Sunday that the “maximum pressure” campaign pushed by former president Donald Trump against the Islamic Republic “failed miserably” and “hurt US interests”.
The Trump administration secretly obtained the phone records of Washington Post journalists who reported on allegations of Russian meddling in the 2016 election, the newspaper reported, prompting concerns over freedom of speech.