That rebellious spirit has been apparent in recent days as top state GOP officials have closed ranks around the Republican Senate hopeful amid a stream of allegations of sexual misconduct against him and calls by national party leaders for him to step aside. “The people in Alabama don’t like to be told what to do,” one supporter said.
Some nations are finding that even if they are frustrated by President Trump’s Washington, they can still prosper from robust relations with California and a constellation of like-minded U.S. cities, some of which are bigger than European countries.
This week, when the president returns to his Palm Beach club for the first time since April, he will confront a changed social scene. Once a retreat from politics, Mar-a-Lago is now a place defined by political divisions — a dynamic the club is monetizing by booking events with Trump’s political allies. But the center of Palm Beach’s traditional social scene has shifted to The Breakers, a club that Trump once mocked for getting his “leftovers.”
More than 290 coaches and officials associated with U.S. Olympic sports organizations have been publicly accused of sexual misconduct since 1982, according to a Post review. That covers 15 sports and amounts to an average of one adult accused of misconduct every six weeks for 36 years.
Americans can’t even on a name or preparation: Some call it stuffing and bake it inside the turkey (except when they don’t). Others call it dressing and bake it in a casserole (except when they don’t).