If the former president proves to be a kingmaker in the 2022 midterms, his allies say he may seek reelection in 2024.
He could now have a chance to shape it.
The president’s insistence on reaching across the aisle may be his undoing.
President Joe Biden’s chief of staff called the Republican senator’s plan “encouraging.” So why does it seem to be dead on arrival?
Whether he steps aside or seeks a second term, going big is his best strategy.
For the administration, strengthening the middle class is essential to national security.
Yes, he wants to avoid making a gaffe, but he also doesn’t want to be an in-your-face president.
The need exists, but the path toward a bill is far from obvious.
Unless Senate Democrats get rid of the filibuster, the president will need GOP support.
Trump’s trial threatened to derail the administration’s agenda. But as the proceedings wind down, the new president may be coming out ahead.
How are Trump watchers dealing with a Trumpless reality? Pretty well.
The new White House chief medical adviser explains what it was really like to work for an administration that tried constantly to undermine him.
The handover of power was a solemn affair. There was no mistaking the new administration for the old one.
The vice president has no obvious place in GOP electoral politics.
Those following the president’s events around the country for the past four years were not surprised by the mob violence that unfolded in Washington.
The president of the United States is out of options to fulfill his authoritarian dreams.
John Kelly, John Bolton, and other ex–Trump staffers all had the same answer when I asked them to reflect on their past work.
The GOP may function primarily as a promotional tool for Trump—to the detriment of its future.
He can’t and won’t overturn the election result, but he can cause plenty more havoc on his way out.
Angry about his loss, the president can make life difficult for the officials he believes have crossed him.