For American presidents, overseas appearances provide trademark moments that symbolize them and cement their legacies, particularly visits during the autumn months of their presidencies.
For John F. Kennedy, perhaps no moment better captured his vibrancy and Cold War steadfastness than the "Ich bin ein Berliner" speech in a Berlin that had only recently been divided by the Soviets' wall.
Nearly a quarter-century later, as that Berlin Wall and a divided Europe entered their final days, Ronald Reagan boldly and defiantly demanded that his Soviet counterpart Mikhail Gorbachev…
"This is the week that the steady drip, drip, drip of details about Hillary Clinton's server turned into a waterfall. This is the week that we finally learned why Mrs. Clinton used a private communications setup, and what it hid. This is the week, in short, that we found out that the infamous server was designed to hide that Mrs. Clinton for three years served as the U.S. Secretary of the Clinton…[more]