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GOP Could Get Even Trumpier in June 12 Primaries
The primaries range from big gubernatorial fights in South Carolina and Nevada to open House races in Virginia to ranked-choice voting in Maine.
When Trump Attacks Sessions, He Sounds Like a Guilty Man
Why else would he want the most effective implementer of his right-wing agenda out of office?
Trey Gowdy: Democrats May Be Tricking Trump Into Hiding Parts of Their Memo
He suggested Democrats might have planted sensitive information in their Nunes rebuttal because they knew redactions would make Trump look suspicious.
Republican Investigator Trey Gowdy Stops Pretending, Admits ‘This Is Politics’
We have crossed a new threshold when the leader of an investigation drops the façade of nonpartisanship.
The Republican Plan to Use the Steele Dossier to Attack James Comey
They want to tie him to the “fake” dossier. But what if they wind up proving it’s not fake?
At Comey Hearing, GOP Goes Into Full Anti-Anti-Trump Mode
The argument of the day seemed to be that “deep state” leaks are a bigger threat to liberty than Russia’s election meddling.
Is Trey Gowdy a Fair Man in an Unfair Town?
The chair of the Benghazi Committee on off-message Republicans, the nightmare of conducting an investigation in Congress, and why he won’t be in
five years from now.
Expert: Lois Lerner Didn’t Waive Her Right to Plead the Fifth
The congressman is wrong, and Lerner’s lawyer is right.”