Reign of error: How Trump brought down the GOP
The Republican Party’s Faustian pact with Trump has left it morally and ideologically bankrupt
All bills come due. And the tab for the GOP’s capitulation to Trumpism has come far sooner, and at a far higher cost, than the Republican leaders who so assiduously enabled the outgoing president ever imagined.
Almost four years to the day since Trump’s inauguration and his fact-free “American carnage” address, the GOP is reeling at the very real wreckage Trump has wreaked on their party in just one term. And Trump, being...
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Journey out of darkness: a US presidential inauguration like no other
As Joe Biden’s inauguration takes place behind a ring of steel in Washington DC, the world waits to see if he can restore America’s standing – and what Donald Trump will do next
Lucinda Creighton: Cowardice meets opportunism in the online silencing of Trump
Twitter kicking Donald Trump off its platform may have been viscerally satisfying, but the decision is objectively wrong
Comment: ‘Both sides’ haven’t eroded democratic values in the US
Protest at injustice is necessary in any democracy. But equating the actions of Black Lives Matter protesters in the US and those of the Capitol insurrectionists in order to present a balanced view is misguided
Cathal Mac Coille: How Trump and social media fuelled a mass-delusion event
The attack on the Capitol Building in Washington DC didn’t happen in a vacuum but, instead, was the product of years of poisonous disinformation being spread online