I was in the Bush White House after 9/11. When Americans called, we didn’t ask which party they were in or whether they liked the president.
What President Trump did was wrong, in the best circumstances. And the Republican Party will be a shell of itself moving forward if it cannot say as much.
He’ll almost certainly prevail. But a run by a conservative would keep Trump honest on policy and expose his shortcomings politically.
If you want to be an effective politician, you need an effective office. And that simply doesn’t happen if you treat your team like garbage.
The over-50 supporters who were key to Trump’s win in 2016 have given him a pass on a lot. That could end if their retirements are jeopardized.
Democrats won’t just be waging war against Trump, they’ll be trying to prevent one from erupting within the party.
Between rumors of an N-word tape, his lawyer accusing him of a crime, and his treatment of McCain, it’s remarkable—and telling—that he’s holding on
I was on Eric Cantor’s staff when he lost in 2014. The parallels to Joe Crowley’s loss aren’t exact. But they are there.
Taking the president to task publicly is no small order. Those demanding more drastic measures are being unrealistic.
There is a yin and yang to this presidency that makes it maddening to watch and difficult to appreciate even during its high points.