For a while the Florida governor seemed like the clear Trump alternative. Little has materially changed since then, except for everything.
The ultimate performative politician doesn’t seem to enjoy the in-person performance of politics.
My very strange and angry breakfast with the former governor
Evangelical leaders are abandoning the former president, and his Republican rivals are scrambling to win their support.
In focus groups, Republican voters are brutal in their assessment of the former vice president.
The midterms were a welcome reprieve for democracy. But the story of Bill Gates, an Arizona election official, suggests that we might not be so lucky in next year’s presidential election.
There must be some freethinking Democrat who’s willing to get in the race.
One fears his nomination; the other might need it.
Lessons in how a woman can campaign against Trump
It’s why the party keeps losing elections.
Lots of Republicans want Donald Trump to disappear from politics. Their main strategy is hope.
At least the platform finally added a user.
The former president’s newest critics ought to show some contrition.
“Republicans don’t have a Trump problem. They have a voter problem.”
The long farewell to the Iowa Caucus
She seems to be grasping for a lifeline, or at least a bit of leverage.
Democrats hold a key advantage in the five states that will decide the next presidential election.
It’s wrong, it seems illegal, and it’s probably not going to work. For now.
People who haven’t met him think he’s a hot commodity. People who have met him aren’t so sure.
Opposing Trumpism is about more than rejecting one man.