The "Last Week Tonight" host picks apart the president's approach to the world, starting with his motto "America First."
The president intends to use his first State of the Union address to cite economic progress under his watch while pushing for bipartisanship.
Our nation may be "open for business," as the president declared in Davos, but it is closed to ambitious young immigrants from around the world.
The president told the group of world leaders that his "America first" trade policy does not mean "America alone."
The president arrives at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland ready to argue that his protectionist agenda can go hand-in-hand with global cooperation.
The president's "America First" policies and their effect on the global economy may raise hackles at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland.
The president's program renders the United States more unpopular and vulnerable to external threats and fans the flames of conflict in the Middle East.