• 3 Apr 2018

    In the age of Trump and #MeToo, would the Monica Lewinsky scandal have played out differently? A play opens in London this week that explores what happened and lays bare the verbal bloodshed inside and outside the White House. The Five actors play the key women… Monica herself, her friend Linda Trip, Hilary Clinton, her…

  • 20 Mar 2018

    An investigation by Channel 4 News has revealed how Cambridge Analytica claims it ran ‘all’ of President Trump’s digital campaign – and may have broken election law. As the report went on air, the firm announced it has suspended chief executive Alexander Nix, pending a full investigation.

  • 14 Oct 2017

    Hillary Clinton says she failed to understand the “anger and resentment” of American voters, but said the Trump campaign “had the help of the Russians”.

  • 13 Oct 2017

    Hillary Clinton has called Donald Trump’s actions “destabilising and dangerous”, and criticised his 2016 campaign for ‘feeding scapegoats and prejudices’. The 2016 Democrat Presidential candidate, speaking to Channel 4 News, covered a wide range of issues, including her own campaign, Donald Trump and the the recent allegations of rape and sexual harassment against film producer Harvey Weinstein.…

  • 11 Jul 2017

    Donald Trump Junior, the US President’s eldest son, has released emails tonight that show correspondence between him and an intermediary discussing damaging material, apparently held by a Russian official, about his father’s presidential opponent Hillary Clinton. The email exchange has been described by one senior Democratic senator as showing the Trump campaign “sought to collude…

  • 10 Nov 2016

    The American constitution sets about the civilizing of Donald Trump

    The US system of Government has swung into action, embracing the ‘next President of the United States of America’. Today he will meet with Barack Obama – a man whose identity as an American he has challenged again and again.

  • 9 Nov 2016

    For Democrats and many women across the world, last night was supposed to see the shattering of the big symbolic gender glass ceiling – a woman finally getting into the Oval Office.

  • 9 Nov 2016

    What went wrong for Hillary Clinton? Never the most popular of candidates, it looked like she’d done enough to hold on to the states she needed to be assured of the keys to the White House.

  • 6 Nov 2016

    As America votes: Clinton or Trump?

    The fact that humanity could be about to secure the eighth woman leader in the world, joining those leading countries from Namibia and Burma, to Britain and Germany is drowned beneath the reality that Mrs Clinton’s character is a very much bigger issue than that of her gender.

  • 5 Nov 2016

    How would the world handle President Trump?

    Britain’s intelligence agencies will be keeping a wary eye on the U.S’s strategic direction under President Trump.

  • 1 Nov 2016

    Channel 4 News has seen evidence which appears to link Russian hackers with one of the main websites used to leak emails stolen from the Democratic National Committee.

  • 30 Oct 2016

    Donald Trump: the Brexit effect reaches Detroit

    They are talking about Brexit in Detroit! Yes for Donald Trump read Brexit. Whilst we want to leave Europe, Trump wants to leave the World Trade Organisation, the local deals with Mexico and Canada, the Climate Change Treaties and much else. No more manufacturing job losses to Mexico, or China, or anywhere else for that matter. Oh yes, and he’s questioned the premise of NATO.

  • 21 Oct 2016

    Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump go head to head again later tonight as the final debate of the US presidential campaign takes place in Las Vegas. After the bitter exchanges of the last debate in St Louis earlier this month, there’s a sense that almost anything can happen.

  • 19 Oct 2016

    Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump go head to head again later tonight as the final debate of the US presidential campaign takes place in Las Vegas. After the bitter exchanges of the last debate in St Louis earlier this month, there’s a sense that almost anything can happen.

  • 27 Sep 2016

    Presidential debate: the verdict on campus

    I watched the Presidential debate with about 100 students at Stony Brook University, Long Island, where I’m on a one-semester fellowship. At least here they were allowed to cheer and clap, unlike the live audience at Long Island’s other university, Hofstra, where the debate took place. But passions ran less high than I might have expected.