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    Immigration Is Still Fueling Trump’s Political FutureAnxiety over the southern border is transforming immigration from a MAGA base preoccupation to a potential wedge issue for Trump.
  2. liveblog
    Trump Allies Claim He Used CNN: Live UpdatesThe fallout over CNN’s Trump town hall is continuing.
  3. debt limit
    Trump Call for Debt Default Echoed by House ExtremistsMost congressional Republicans are ignoring or shrugging off Trump’s inflammatory advice, but it won’t take many arsonists to start a conflagration.
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    Ramaswamy’s Solution for Gen-Z Hostility: Don’t Let ’Em Vote!The first millennial to run for the Republican presidential nomination wants to keep young Democratic-leaning voters away from the polls.
  5. life after roe
    Is the Anti-Abortion Movement Sitting Out the GOP Primary?After Marjorie Dannenfelser accepted disrespect from Nikki Haley and Donald Trump, you have to wonder if her group is playing a longer game.
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    Why on Earth Would Joe Manchin Run for President?The obvious reasons for pursuing an independent bid don’t apply to Manchin. The senator may just be looking for an excuse not to run for reelection.
  7. just asking questions
    ‘Adams Has Not Communicated Value for the Lives of Our Brothers and Sisters’The exiting head of the New York Working Families Party has some parting shots for Democrats and hopes for progressives statewide.
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    Biden Withdrawing Like LBJ Is Just a GOP FantasyHugh Hewitt predicted Biden might drop out of the 2024 presidential race like Johnson did in 1968. But Biden’s situation is nothing like LBJ’s.
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    Trump Green-Lights a Debt DefaultIn his CNN town hall, Trump instructed congressional Republicans to go up to and beyond the brink in debt-limit talks, risking an economic calamity.
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    Why Kevin McCarthy Won’t Drop the Hammer on George SantosThe Speaker needs Santos’s vote to hang on to his gavel. But letting the fabulist become the face of New York Republicans is perilous, too.
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    Dianne Feinstein’s Return Is a Ghoulish SpectacleThe senator has become a symbol of deep political rot.
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    Trump’s CNN Town Hall Was a MAGA RallyAn almost bored-looking Trump repeated many of his familiar lies and continued smearing E. Jean Carroll. The crowd ate it up.
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    Republicans on Trump-Carroll Verdict: Ask Again LaterPro- and anti-Trump Republicans reacted as you’d expect, but a lot of politicians seemed to be waiting on polling to tell them what to think.
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    Elon Musk Is Wrong. Encouraging Voting Isn’t Nefarious.The “Zuckerbucks” theory Musk is spreading takes election denial from unsupported fraud claims to a more sinister hostility to voting itself.
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    Trump Says His CNN Town Hall May Be a ‘Total Disaster for All’He’s using the strong possibility that his return to CNN will be a train wreck as a selling point.
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    How Democrats Are Thinking About the Santos SeatNo matter who the Republican is next year, it’s a must-win race for both parties.
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    DeSantis Is Letting Trump Crush Him on Retirement ProgramsRepublican voters simply do not share the views of conservative ideologues on Social Security and Medicare. Trump gets it; DeSantis doesn’t.
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    Tucker Carlson Is BackThe fired Fox News star announced a show on Twitter coming “soon.”
  19. debt limit
    What If Republicans Actually Want a Debt Disaster?Wall Street must make it clear to GOP lawmakers that an economic meltdown is unacceptable even if it improves their odds of beating Biden in 2024.
  20. poll position
    Democrats Shouldn’t Freak Out Over One Really Bad Poll for BidenEven good pollsters produce outliers now and then. The ABC-Washington Post poll showing Biden crashing and burning is probably one of them.
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    Do Evangelicals Think Trump Is Jesus?There are growing signs that MAGA has become gospel among conservative Evangelicals.
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    Bring Back the Public Option!Biden’s “battle for the soul of America” rerun won’t be enough against Trump in 2024. He needs to give voters something real.
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    The Next Right-Wing Media Freak-out: Slavery Reparations in CaliforniaWild estimates on the cost of reparations in California should be taken no more seriously than claims that all Democrats want to defund the police.
  24. life after roe
    Pro-Choice Florida Voters May Disrupt Ron DeSantis’s 2024 PlansBy pushing a very unpopular near-total abortion ban to please national right-wing activists, DeSantis might have invited a dangerous backlash at home.
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    Asa Hutchinson: The Ideal Candidate for a GOP That No Longer ExistsThe only Republican presidential candidate running in the anti-Trumpism lane is going nowhere fast.
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    DeSantis’s Strategic Dilemma: Go Mega-MAGA or Prove Electability?At this point, the once all-powerful Florida governor is a boring replica of Trump with a problematic history of criticizing retirement programs.
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    Democrats Should Target Ted Cruz in 2024Colin Allred is a credible challenger who will benefit from nationwide progressive loathing for the Republican, who is not popular at home.
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    Manchin and Sinema Have Every Reason to Sabotage Dems on the Debt CeilingThe two centrist troublemakers are in desperate straits back home and will use all the leverage they can muster to exploit the debt-limit crisis.
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    Republicans Aren’t the Only Ones to Blame for the Debt-Ceiling CrisisNeither party really has the power to govern and activists on both sides have demanded endless combat.
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    The Biden Administration Just Declared the Death of NeoliberalismThe White House has called for a “new Washington consensus.” Can it become a reality?
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    Black and Youth Voter Turnout Went Way Down in 2022These Democratic-leaning voter segments didn’t show up at the polls in 2022 the way they did in 2018.
  32. tremendous content
    All the Petty Celebrity Insults in Letters to TrumpTrump’s revenge coffee-table book is filled with hilariously unhinged attacks on everyone from Henry Kissinger to King Charles to Oprah Winfrey.
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    Steven Crowder Exposed Himself at Work, Ex-Staffers SayAfter a video emerged showing Crowder berating his pregnant wife, a report alleges that the conservative YouTube star harassed his employees.
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    Attacks From Republican 2024 Rivals Are Bouncing Off TrumpA survey examining why Republican voters support Trump does not show his abortion position or electability as big concerns.
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    There Could Be a New Batch of Battleground States in 2024The presidential map keeps changing, and candidates need to make sure they’re not fighting the last war.
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    Hunter Biden’s Paternity Case Isn’t Going Very Well for HimTo decrease his child-support payments, Biden has to disclose more about his finances, which House Republicans are eager to get their hands on.
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    Rebel Democrats Risk Empowering GOP Extremists on Debt LimitCalling for Biden to negotiate with House Republicans demanding surrender has nothing to do with genuine bipartisanship.
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    Kamala Harris May Be a Huge Republican Target in 2024GOP attack dogs will be tempted to illustrate the risks of Biden’s age by focusing on his running mate. But it’s a risky strategy.
  39. life after roe
    National Abortion Ban Is a Trap for 2024 RepublicansAnti-abortion activists want to roll back reproductive rights nationwide. Most GOP presidential candidates consider a ban unpopular and unfeasible.
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    North Carolina Court Deals Big Blow to Dems’ Chances of Retaking the HouseJudges reopened the door to partisan gerrymandering, and Republicans can expect to gain three to four congressional seats by 2024.
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    Nikki Haley’s Week of Living DangerouslyOn abortion, Disney, and the president’s mortality, the long-shot presidential candidate seemed inclined to do almost anything to make headlines.
  42. liveblog
    Why Did Fox News Fire Tucker Carlson? What We Know.The host’s misogyny is a leading theory for his sudden downfall.
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    Will Biden Get Embarrassed in Iowa and New Hampshire?It’s possible that RFK Jr. or Marianne Williamson could do well in a primary that Biden can’t enter without violating his own party’s rules.
  44. tremendous content
    Hold On — Joe Biden Has a TV Hidden in the Oval Office?Incredibly, the first president to conceal a television behind the Resolute desk wasn’t Donald Trump.
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    Republicans Get Prize Recruit Jim Justice to Take On Joe ManchinIf the endangered Democratic senator runs again, he could face West Virginia’s popular governor. But Justice has to survive a primary challenge.
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    Kevin McCarthy’s Hollow Debt-Ceiling VictoryHis Speakership survived another day. Now he gets to play chicken with Democrats, risking a financial crisis.
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    Trump May Be a Repeat ‘Loser,’ But He’s Good at GOP PrimariesGeneral-election losses by Trump’s 2022 candidates shouldn’t obscure his great record among voters who will choose a 2024 GOP presidential nominee.
  48. life after roe
    Nikki Haley Says GOP Should Make Strategic Retreat on AbortionShe called on fellow Republicans to back off on abortion restrictions that aren’t supported by public opinion. That doesn’t leave a lot of them.
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    Tucker Carlson for President? Not in 2024.Whatever the future holds for the fired Fox News host, he has no “lane” in a presidential competition featuring Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis.
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    It’s Neil Gorsuch’s Turn for a Financial ScandalWith Clarence Thomas under scrutiny, a report states that Gorsuch sold a home to a major litigator whose firm is frequently before the Supreme Court.
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