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First Post-Shutdown Poll: Trump, Democrats Share the Blame
Impressions of the shutdown will change and fade, but for now it doesn’t look like the Democrats fared that badly.
Trump Backs Off Plan to Fund Infrastructure Stimulus With Private Money
The president has apparently realized that private companies aren’t interested in building toll roads in the rural Midwest.
The Trump-Democratic Fiscal Deal Puts The Lid Back On A Boiling Pot
Trump’s fiscal deal with Democrats really just put off a manufactured crisis. The problems the GOP faces in enacting a tax bill haven’t gone away.
Trump’s Big Infrastructure Idea Is to Privatize Air Traffic Control
Democrats are unenthused.
Federal Agencies Turn Deaf Ears on Information Requests From Dems in Congress
At a time when the GOP is less than eager to look into Trump controversies, Democrats won’t get agency help in conducting their own inquiries.
Big-Money Donors Mobilize to Save Trump’s Presidency
Meanwhile, small-dollar donors are delivering record-breaking sums of money to anti-Trump Democrats.
What the Minimum Price for Democratic Cooperation With Trump Should Be
There is only one condition under which Dems should offer bipartisan “cover” to the new administration.