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Jacob Heilbrunn is the editor of the National Interest and the author of They Knew They Were Right: the Rise of the Neocons. He is a contributing editor of The Spectator.
The moral bankruptcy of the Trump presidency is becoming more glaring by the day
By Jacob Heilbrunn
The Republican strategy was to argue that the hearing was a dud
Before the Beatles were boss, there was bossa nova
The US ambassador to EU puts a kibosh on the notion Trump wasn’t avidly seeking a quid pro quo
Against not just Trump, but Biden’s Democratic rivals
But what about their colleagues in the Senate?
Romney is denying that he heads a potential faction of anti-Trump Republicans intent on ousting Trump by impeachment. Don’t believe a word of it
Democrats are starting to look with a more benignant eye upon the official they once loved to despise
Faddis took a break, sat down on a chair onstage near me, then started blowing along with the band again
The president has more than unfavorable polls to worry about
The president has riled up the very senators he may need to save him
The issue of his taxes could also prove even more potent than Ukrainegate
A 2016 election 2.0 would be a dream come true for Trump
Trump will dispense with Giuliani’s services in a heartbeat if he determines that he can transform him into the new Michael Cohen
Her actions make it more difficult for the administration to defy Democratic subpoenas
How will Trump leave office?
Trump is the gravedigger of the GOP
Does Steve Bannon’s arrest hurt the Trump reelection effort?
Closing time at the Barr
Is Nikki Haley jumping off a sinking ship?
Trump makes Benedict Arnold look like a patriot
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