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what's past is prologue
An Oral History of Donald Trump’s Almost-Run for President in 2000
“I didn’t think he was a fit. Because of his morals. Because of his finances. Because of his egomania,” says the then-chairman of the Reform Party.
John McCain Tried to Save the Republican Party From Itself, and Was Crushed
Two decades ago, McCain made the only serious attempt to arrest the party’s long rightward lurch. His defeat still lingers.
That Time McCain Almost Switched Parties to Become the Democratic VP Candidate
McCain thought about breaking with his party twice, and defying its orthodoxies a third time, but was never that maverick-y.
Early 2020 California Primary Could Affect Republicans, Too
While most of the buzz about California’s move to a March 2020 primary has focused on natives and on Democrats, it could affect Donald Trump as well.
Hillary’s Africa Trip: The Horror, the Horror
A peculiar statement about the 2000 election invites even more scrutiny.