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Daily Intelligencer Politics Chat: Fiasco in Finland
Four Daily Intelligencer staffers try to make sense of President Trump’s strange press conference with Putin in Helsinki, Finland.
How Will Donald Trump Take the Cancellation of
Two Daily Intelligencer staffers discuss Roseanne’s racist remarks, the quick cancellation of her show, and what Trump will tweet about it.
DI Politics Chat: Kanye Goes MAGA
Four New York staffers talk about Kanye West’s full-throated endorsement of the Donald Trump and alt-right turn.
DI Politics Chat: What Do We Forget About MLK?
Four Daily Intelligencer staffers discuss the mission and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., and what gets left out of the public memory of him.
DI Politics Chat: The GOP Got Their Tax Cuts. Now What?
4 Daily Intel staffers chat about the tax bill, whether it will help the Democrats take back power, and what pieces of it they should keep if they do.
Politics Chat: Is Trump the Worst President of All Time?
Five members of
’s politics team try to figure what Trump has to do to take the (figurative) crown.
DI Politics Chat: How Should the Media Cover Nazis?
staffers chatted about that New York
profile and the broader question of how (and whether) to write about Nazis.
What Should Be Done With Jeff Flake and the Anti-Trump Republican Politician?
Three Daily Intel writers chat about how Democrats should think about Jeff Flake’s retirement.
Politics Group-Chat: What We Talk About When We Talk About Gun Control
writers try to make sense of the gun-control debate.
Chat: Will Trump’s Scandals Bring Down Pence, or Put Him in the Oval Office?
How Trump’s recent troubles affect his vice-president — and whether liberals should be worried about President Pence.
Politics Chat: What Got Michael Flynn Canned — and Who Will Trump Fire Next?
Daily Intelligencer’s politics team games out the news around Flynn and debates which remaining staffer is most at risk.