“In this war, there were neither winners nor losers,” said Timochenko, one of the leaders of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, after a peace deal was announced this summer between FARC and the Colombian government.
President Enrique Peña Nieto is solely responsible for Donald Trump’s recent visit to Mexico, and he alone should shoulder the consequences. The president’s advisers may counsel him, but he ultimately makes the decisions.
What was Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto thinking when he invited Donald Trump to Mexico City? He was thinking that he could outsmart Trump, of course. But as everyone saw, Peña Nieto had underestimated his opponent.
They are the kind of party we all want to attend, but the bouncers will only let in the people they know. I’m talking about this fall’s three scheduled presidential debates. The bouncers are from the nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates, which since 1987 has rather successfully managed the logistics of these forums. The first debate of this new round is Monday, Sept. 26.
Jorge Ramos, a TIME 100 honoree, is the author of the upcoming book Take A Stand and a news anchor for Univision and Fusion.
Once again, Enrique Peña Nieto and his family appear to be benefiting from his position as president of Mexico. Once again, a scandal has been sparked by reporters asking questions. And once again, the whole situation reeks of corruption.
PHILADELPHIA — You’ll have to forgive me, but I’ve spent the last two weeks listening to too many speeches at the Republican and Democratic national conventions.
Dictators — and their imitators, petty dictators — never yield power in an orderly fashion. They have to be forcibly removed.
We can’t really know what Donald Trump is thinking, but we do know what he’s saying.
MONTGOMERY, Alabama — No matter where I go these days, people ask me the same question: Is it really possible that Republican Donald Trump could become president? My answer has been the same since Trump launched his campaign last June: Yes, it’s possible.