Invoking the mighty machinery of the constitution to pursue grievances is bad for the office of the presidency, and therefore the United States
The plan to destroy him has backfired spectacularly
In Greek, Nike means ‘victory’ but Avenatti looks to be going down to a nasty defeat
The California congressman stood against the tide of garbage when others wouldn’t
Removing Russia from the mix may focus more attention on the Trump presidency itself and less on his machinations during 2016
No coordination or collusion between Trump campaign and Russians
He insults Democratic contenders, and sounds increasingly petty.
History moves on. The NeverTrumpers cannot
No indictments, Trump emboldened
Trump reserves that term for his most fearsome adversaries
Don’t underestimate the digital power of the #YangGang
He’s just a familiar face who entails the fewest risks
A Trump attack is a mere projection of his own neuroses and anxieties
To beat Trump, the Democrats need a candidate who is as tough as him
In our democracies, politicians won’t do what people want
Many ‘Never Trumpers’ consider Paul a Trump loyalist and Sasse a staunch foe
Trump remains the strongest force in the GOP. But what comes after him?
Every Republican who voted with Trump placed their allegiance to a man over their allegiance to the country, and the constitution
He might think himself the next Bill Clinton, but he’s probably the next John Edwards
Can anyone win the 2020 Democratic primary without destroying their chances in the general election?
Talk of ‘Jexodus’ may be premature, but allegations of Democratic anti-Semitism will not stop
If you’re paying to gain foreign influence, shouldn’t you buy off someone with...power?
Out with it, already
The lawyers disagree
‘We’re getting into a situation when our friends and allies around the world that we depend upon are going to lack confidence in us’