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John Heilemann

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    Two Sundance Documentaries Take on Donald Trump in Real TimeWith Trumped and Nobody Speak, a medium takes on a man whose mission is destroy the medium.
  2. John Heilemann and Mark Halperin Ponder Game-Changing Deal With MSNBCThe cable network wants to simulcast the duo’s Bloomberg TV politics show, but will two rival networks be able to reach an agreement that benefits all? 
  3. Why Politico’s Insane Chevy Chase Claim FloppedA fact-check.
  4. John Heilemann Talks Double DownA highlight reel of our national affairs editor’s media appearances.
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    HBO Working on Game Change Sequel Based on the 2012 ElectionBased on the 2012 election.
  6. Heilemann: Harsh Realities for the GOPIf Republicans continue to lose Latino voters, the GOP will become “an extinct party.”
  7. Heilemann on Charlie Rose: Romney Sheds Warmonger Image in DebateSometimes agreeing with Obama isn’t so bad.
  8. A November Loss Could Be Just What the GOP NeedsPanelists moderated by Frank Rich consider the options.
  9. Heilemann: Obama’s Strategy for Draining RomneyHe isn’t quite in it to win it in North Carolina and Florida.
  10. Ahead of Second Debate, Romney Trails ObamaThose expecting another clear Romney debate victory should temper their expectations, Heilemann said.
  11. John Heilemann on Last Word: Clinton Over CuomoThere’s always 2024.
  12. Heilemann on NOW: Romney Loss Wouldn’t Hurt Paul RyanOur own John Heilemann says he’ll be fine win or lose.
  13. Heilemann on Hardball: Bill Clinton Almost Like Obama Running MateYou now see him almost like a running mate if you look at the Obama ads.”
  14. John Heilemann: Romney’s Bungled Libya ResponseHeilemann wonders if we will look back on Romney’s response as the moment he lost the election.
  15. John Heilemann: Paul Ryan Was Hardly a ‘Courageous Choice’ for Mitt RomneyVoters have yet to hear very specific plans from the VP pick.
  16. Obama Team ‘Could Not Be Happier’ with Ryan PickThey think [Ryan] is a gift to them.”
  17. Heilemann: Obama Shouldn’t Talk Up the EconomyHe’ll be regretting it for the rest of the election.
  18. Heilemann: Why Jindal, Ryan Look Good to RomneyYou can’t underestimate how much the Romney campaign is worried about conservative enthusiasm right now.”
  19. Heilemann: Bain Attacks Will ContinueBecause it’s working!
  20. Heilemann: Romney and the Hispanic VoteRomney thinks the immigration issue is radioactive for him, Heilemann says.
  21. David Axelrod on How to Overturn Citizens UnitedObama’s chief political strategist weighs in on campaign finance, gay marriage, and Mitt Romney.
  22. John Heilemann on NOW With Alex Wagner: Whose ‘Gaffe’ Was Worse?Obama or Romney?
  23. Heilemann: Edwards Has No Future in PoliticsNot a chance.
  24. Heilemann Talks Campaign Spending on Last WordYou’re going to see $2.5 billion get spent basically in nine or ten states.”
  25. John Heilemann on Morning Joe: How Did Obama Lose Wall Street Donors?Wall Street as an ATM for the president is pretty much gone.”
  26. Heilemann: Obama’s Florida ProblemThe Obama campaign is not feeling confident about Florida, Heilemann says.
  27. Go See John Heilemann and David Axelrod at 92Y!We already have our tickets!
  28. Heilemann: Romney vs. Obama on Foreign PolicyThe president is on very strong ground when it comes to foreign policy for all the obvious reasons.”
  29. John Heilemann on Morning Joe: Is Mitt Romney a Flip-flopping Phony?Everybody try saying that five times fast!
  30. John Heilemann on Hardball: Trying to Build a ‘Fair Budget’President Obama vs. Paul Ryan, round 1,000.
  31. John Heilemann on Morning Joe: Fighting the Budget FightThe President pokes the bear and watches the bear run further into Paul Ryan’s cave and he is happy about that.”
  32. John Heilemann on NOW With Alex Wagner: Rick Santorum’s War on the New York TimesA “Santorum Tantorum!”
  33. John Heilemann on Morning Joe: Rick Santorum Is ‘Not Trying to Win’ AnymoreBut he’ll stay in the race to make things tough for Mitt.
  34. John Heilemann on Morning Joe: Why Hasn’t Fox News Embraced Mitt Romney?Fox News <3 Chris Christie.
  35. John Heilemann on Morning Joe: Hillary Clinton Will Run in 2016Plus, why everyone’s sick of hearing Mitt Romney talk delegate math.
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    Game Change Is HBO’s Biggest Movie in Eight YearsWonks weren’t the only ones who watched. 
  37. John Heilemann on NOW with Alex Wagner: Is Romney Fixable?For starters, he should try to be more like Obama and Clinton in 2008.
  38. John Heilemann on Morning Joe: Mitt Romney Wishes He Was Campaigning Back in Reagan’s DayBack when there were no Twitters or YouTubes or Internets.
  39. John Heilemann on Hardball: Politics and the Pandora’s Box of Social IssuesRomney’s campaign is “looking down the barrel of a huge problem.”
  40. John Heilemann on Andrea Mitchell: Onward to Super TuesdayWill the slight victory in Michigan propel Romney through the southern states?
  41. John Heilemann on Morning Joe: Rick Santorum Missed His Last Chance Last NightSantorum didn’t make it clear enough that he is the conservative alternative to Mitt Romney.
  42. John Heilemann on Morning Joe: Mitt Romney’s Love Letter to MichiganThe trees are the right height! … I love the lakes! … I love cars!”
  43. Heilemann: Romney’s ‘Poor’ Remark May Do DamageAdd it to the Romney Greatest Hits reel, for starters.
  44. John Heilemann on Hardball: The Gingrich vs. Romney Hate-Fest Drags OnThese guys really hate each other.”
  45. Heilemann on NOW With Alex Wagner: Angry NewtBecause he’s “a little nuts.”
  46. John Heilemann on MSBC: Is Newt’s Campaign Almost Dead?R.I.P. the Angry Teddy Bear.
  47. John Heilemann on The Last Word: Newt Gingrich Was Deflated and Ill-Prepared for DebateHeilemann was thoroughly unimpressed with Newt.
  48. John Heilemann on Morning Joe: The Snoozer DebateThey looked sleepy.”
  49. John Heilemann on Morning Joe: The South Carolina Race TightensPlus, the group reads a hilarious press release about the “grandiose Gingrich!”
  50. Heilemann on Morning Joe: Romney Out of Touch?Romney’s “ordinary guy” narrative is wearing off.
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