Every other nation on the planet has exactly the same national sovereignty that the United States does...
Trump's base isn't monolithic, philosophically, economically, psychologically, or even politically, though they all turn a blind eye to Trump's incompetence, his degeneracy, and his ignorance.
Disagreements between people of different opinions is perfectly compatible with political conservatism, but let's not forget that conservatism is ultimately about leaving people alone...
We are watching in real time the demise of our republic, succumbing to the poison of the lowest common denominator politics of democracy.
In these 3 key states that came within 78,000 votes of giving Hillary Clinton the White House in 2016, every Republican Senate candidate lost. Every single one.
If you live in any country that depends on the United States being an stable ally against malignant Asian regimes, then I'd view the future with real trepidation.
There are a lot of indications, not least of which the rhetoric coming out of the White House, that the economy is not as strong as has been sold.
Trump and his supporters are simply so ignorant that they can't recognize their support for state intervention in the market "for the good of the country" as being the "public good motive".
While the American left would have everyone believe that banks and investors were to blame for the 2006-2008 subprime mortgage crisis and the resulting recession (and they do share some part of the blame), it's not quite that simple.
Does anyone else see the inherent problem with allowing naive children to dictate international politics?
When we stop caring about truth, we end up crucifying what is important in exchange for what isn't, and history proves this never ends well.
The only thing keeping the United States economy out of a significant recession have been low interest rates...