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Beto O’Rourke the Latest Potential Presidential Draftee
O’Rourke isn’t a war hero or a national leader like most earlier candidates being courted for a presidential run. But it helps him stay in the news.
Trump Reaches for Gravitas in His First Prime-Time Oval Office Speech
Perhaps the venue, which Americans associate with big, consequential issues, can help convince a skeptical public that Trump needs his border wall.
Heather Nauert Won’t Be in Trump’s Cabinet Because She Has No Clout
The new U.N. ambassador won’t be in the Cabinet because she doesn’t have the résumé. The practice predates Trump.
Nobody’s Neutral About Trump’s Job Performance
Trump’s approval ratings are normally high among Republicans and abnormally low among Democrats, with hardly anyone being unsure about him.
Trump Is the Most Substantively Anti-Abortion President Ever
Other Republican presidents have talked a good game against abortion. But Trump has delivered.
Trump Can Win in 2020. But History Tells Us It Won’t Be Easy.
Yes, incumbents usually have an advantage. They usually are more popular than Donald J. Trump though.
Trump Now Trails Only Reagan Among Recent Presidents in GOP Esteem
It’s Trump’s party now for sure.
GOP to Make Media-Bashing a Big Thing in 2018
It makes sense for Republicans to try to mobilize their pro-Trump base with attacks on the press. But they may be tempted to take it too far.
A Serious Look at Trump’s Claim He Will Win 95 percent of the Black Vote in 2020
A glance at history shows the candidate has an unfunny detachment from reality.