As Trump’s odds of success decrease, the risks that his ever more extreme efforts pose are increasing.
The nation faces an unprecedented crisis, and the president has left a void.
Local officials are the unsung heroes of 2020.
After the 2016 election, President Trump claimed that millions of votes had been illegally cast. The commission he established to investigate this came up empty-handed.
Instead of speaking up, most elected officials in the GOP are staying quiet, and waiting on Trump to acknowledge reality.
The president has become the thing he most despises.
The president has run up against something he cannot control.
If public-opinion data are unreliable, we’re all flying blind.
Even as the election remained unresolved, President Trump declared victory and denounced efforts to count the remaining votes as “a fraud.”
If he’s reelected, the president appears poised to dismiss an array of senior appointees, replacing them with loyalists.
The highest-profile internal critic of the administration now admits that the basic premise of his argument was mistaken.
Media outlets appear to be operating on the assumption that Trump will lose, and are covering his latest scandals accordingly.
In Union County, North Carolina, change is coming—and the GOP is struggling to keep up.
Trump is betting his reelection on ginning up another investigation—the same demand that got him impeached.
The president vowed to remember the forgotten men and women of America—but tonight, he forgot them.
Signature matching—which one expert described as “witchcraft”—could lead to thousands of legitimate ballots being thrown out.
Polling suggests that the president dealt a severe blow to his reelection chances with his performance in the first debate.
The stakes are higher for Harris than for Pence. Here’s why.
After months of flirting with the notion, Trump is now explicitly asking Americans to absorb the deaths from the coronavirus and pretend all is fine.
Cal Cunningham’s indiscretion will test whether voters still care about the character of their elected officials in the age of Trump.