The president’s habit of shooting the messenger is going to prove costly.
We can’t afford to accept them at face value either.
The Democratic primary looks less peculiar if you ascribe to the former vice president the strengths—and weaknesses—of incumbency.
The Iran crisis illustrates that if there’s little the president can do to alienate his supporters, there’s just as little he can do to win over his opponents.
How did a candidate groomed for so long stumble as badly as Cory Booker did in the 2020 race?
The president declared victory today, but he still hasn’t laid out how he intends to keep Iran from gaining nuclear weapons.
The president’s approach to the Islamic Republic appears stuck in 1979.
It doesn’t require much squinting to see the ways the Iran crisis resembles the lead-up to the Iraq War.
“A lot of very good people were taken down by a small group of Dirty (Filthy) Cops, politicians, government officials, and an investigation that was illegally started & that SPIED on my campaign,” Trump tweeted.
Through a combination of White House obstruction and Democratic political calculation, the climax of the impeachment story has passed, but the plot is still unfolding.
The House is poised to indelibly alter Trump’s legacy.
The president’s allies have long asked the public to distinguish between the president’s tweets and his official acts.
With impeachment a done deal and a Senate trial on the horizon, the president is brazenly engaging in the same behavior that got him here in the first place.
The overlooked story of the past three months is that support for removing the president has remained strong.
Choosing to treat Trump-related cases as normal, even when there are signs of a national emergency, is a choice.
And everyone in charge insisted we were winning.
He drew a careful distinction in his testimony between actual efforts to fight corruption and a public statement that would damage one of the president’s opponents.
Ambassador Gordon Sondland delivered a bombshell this morning.
A series of crises has again brought the administration below its baseline of chaos—but this time, can the president recover?
Roger Stone’s conviction for obstruction serves up some justice but underscores how effectively Trump aides have prevented a full reckoning.