Could Douglas Macgregor fill the Iran hawk’s shoes?
The jiggery-pook that Trump has been engaging in on the economy may well come to haunt him in the key states that he won in 2016
Political nihilism, Thomas Edsall says, is one of Trump’s most potent weapons
Their approval rating is even lower than his
We are witnessing the logical culmination of decades of steadfast views on trade and international relations
Why is the president turning on his favorite news network?
Democrats would need three, maybe even four seats to capture control of the Senate
The sex offender’s death will not end conspiracy theories about his activities but provide them with additional life
Biden and other candidates seem to have gotten the message that Trump is no pushover
Ratcliffe gets caught in the trap
The president’s pick for the vacant director of national intelligence role may hit a roadblock
Is there more disaffection among conservative youth with Trump than anyone had surmised?
It might seem improbable. But then again, there isn’t much with Trump that doesn’t
Trump goes from one Hispanic cabinet member to zero
He was Tea Party before it was cool to be Tea Party
The president stuck to the script yesterday, while Biden struck out against AOC
Converting July 4 into a commercial event is a masterstroke
There’s no cogent reason to believe that he’s toast
The debate offered was a sneak peek into the next Democratic president’s cabinet
Far from undermining the regime, the president has strengthened and emboldened it
Trump would be utterly at sea in trying to preside over a war in the Persian Gulf
The Donald may be most dangerous when he appears to be on the ropes
Few members of the Trump camp possess her talent for the zinger
The president is running scared
Why sign a free trade agreement if Trump is intent on subverting it before it’s even been approved?