Elizabeth Drew | The Daily Star
  • Elizabeth Drew

    The writer is the author of Washington Journal: Reporting Watergate and Richard Nixon's Downfall.

  • The Impeachment Blues

    The most dismaying thing about the impeachment proceedings against US President Donald Trump is that they are falling so short of the constitutional gravamen of the issue.
  • Will Trump be removed from office?

    For the first time, reasonable people in the United States have begun to speculate that President Donald Trump could be convicted by the Senate and thus removed from office.
  • Will Republicans abandon Trump?

    US President Donald Trump’s presidency is in peril. He’s likely to be impeached (the equivalent of an indictment) by the House of Representatives, and it cannot be ruled out entirely that the Senate will vote to convict him and thus remove him from office.
  • Trump’s New Troubles

    As the US Congress reconvenes this week after a six-week recess, the administration is mired in controversies, almost all of them set off by President Donald Trump. Trump’s behaviour has been at its most peculiar since he took office, undoubtedly partly owing to
  • What’s behind America’s mass shootings?

    After every mass shooting in the United States, Americans and others around the world are confronted with the question of what lies behind this distinctly American horror.