President of Venezuela Nicolás Maduro gives a speech to his supporters from the Balcón del Pueblo of the Miraflores Government Palace on Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019, in Caracas, Venezuela.
Throughout American history, when presidents have appointed political cronies to be attorney general, they were looking for people only to help them pursue a policy agenda.
The Chinese president has cleared the way for a lifetime presidency, something his country has fought against since the reign of Mao Zedong.
The presidential pardon power is limited only by shame and politics, one expert says, and Trump is beholden to neither.
Not really, no. So why, then, do we bother to listen to his speeches?
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