The chaotic US withdrawal is just the latest in a string of political crises the US president faces.
The party is ostracising internal Trump critics like Liz Cheney, cementing the idea that it’s Trump or bust for the GOP.
Out of office and without social media, Trump’s voice at the moment only echoes among his die-hard supporters.
While the US president is currently riding high, history shows that there are plenty of pitfalls that lie ahead.
It became a political flashpoint last year; now, Democratic leaders refuse to entertain the notion.
US President Joe Biden called for an end to ‘total war’ in political debate. It is an elusive goal, even for him.
There are times when Americans are concerned with the national debt. Now is not one of them.
The US president takes questions from reporters on issues including migration, China, COVID vaccines and voting rights.
After every mass shooting, gun control supporters call for stricter federal laws, only to have their ideas sidelined.
The US president and his fellow Democrats hope the effects of the relief package result in electoral success.