Brexit

Voters Want Change; Clinton Asks for 4 More Years

Stephen Moore, Washington Times

If Hillary pulls off this election it will be one of the greatest sales jobs in political history. She is selling the American voters sand in the desert: stay the course economic bromides at a time when two out of three voters say that the United States is on the wrong, not the right track.

Why Hillary Clinton Should Worry About Brexit

Josh Kraushaar, National Journal

Trump made an effective anti-elitist case against Clinton in a speech last week. He charged that insiders like Clinton “wrote the rules of the game to keep themselves in power and in the money.” It’s a stinging indictment that goes after her biggest weakness. His problem is that he’s unable to sustain the argument on his own without a teleprompter.

Manafort: We can do it too, time to take 'our country back'

Paul Bedard, Washington Examiner

Manafort, who is Trump's campaign manager, declared last week his candidate's best week, highlighted by successful fundraising, a speech condemning Hillary Clinton that was long sought by Republicans, and victory on the "Brexit" vote in London.

Political Earthquake Hits as British Exit European Union

The impact of the British vote to exit the European Union will radiate across the continent. Some Eurocrats imagine that dissatisfaction with the EU is a uniquely English phenomenon. It actually is much more because “the EU is undemocratic not by accident, but by design.” Thus, the British are not the only Europeans desiring to escape from the EU’s smothering embrace.

Trump pledges support after Brexit stunner

Jesse Byrnes, The Hill

A triumphant Donald Trump on Friday pledged that the U.S. would remain a stalwart ally of Britain after the nation stunningly voted Thursday to leave the European Union. Trump, who had sided with those arguing for the so-called Brexit, slammed President Obama for lobbying Britain to stay in the EU. Trump called it yet another example of Obama getting it wrong on the international stage.