At the Geneva Summit, the American President ignored warnings not to shake his Russian counterpart’s hand. In doing so, he reflected a wider trend in which the West shuts its eyes to Russian aggressions, blocking out decades of sound advice coming from Eastern and Central Europe.
Republicans exploiting the language of unity seek to minimise their role in the Capitol riot. Americans must see through them, says Adam Solomons
Biden might look like a return to normality, but he is far from it, says Ferdie Rous
Over a third of Biden’s cabinet nominees may be Catholic, but it won’t affect their politics, says Ferdie Rous
As the torch passes to the second Irish Catholic president, how do Joe Biden and JFK compare, asks Damian Collins
In 60 days, America should prosecute the outgoing president for the atrocities of his time in office, argues Anthony Scaramucci (Trump’s former head of communications), Alan Blotcky and Seth Norrholm
As pollsters take a battering, again, William Cash recalls how Obama’s fixer, Jim Messina, called the election perfectly
The polls are closed but the battle for the Presidency carries on. The Supreme Court will be the deciding factor, says Trey Barnes
Forgetting his opponent’s name is but a detail for Biden and his campaign, it’s all about Florida, says Trey Barnes
With the last Presidential debate tonight, Christopher Altieri longs for the debates of old
As Trump’s numbers soar in Florida ahead of the final Presidential debate on Thursday, the Mace considers the sea of difference between the Biden and Trump campaign
As a report reveals that Joe Biden will benefit from his son‘s deal with China’s largest energy company, Nicholas Wapshott explains why he still has the best chance of winning the Presidency
‘Religion was the elephant in the room’ at last night’s Presidential town hall showdowns. It may yet decide the election, says William Cash
Forget Trump, a Biden Presidency would be best for Britain, says George Peel
The American President is an apex predator, while his opponent is a pantomime horse, says Conrad Black
In an exclusive Mace interview, William Cash talks to Jim Messina, the man known as The Fixer for his success in both Obama and Cameron election campaigns.