Give diplomacy a chance. Stop provoking Moscow.
He needs a broad tent but must remain an agent of change.
Obama’s second term unfolded in ways that ensured no Democrat could beat any Republican in the 2016 presidential referendum.
Trump revealed through his often Quixotic campaign that millions of Americans agreed with him that the real threat came from the country’s ruling elites.
When it comes to qualifications for the presidency, we have defined deviancy down.
Clinton seemed ascendant going into the debate, and that probably won’t change as the nation absorbs the substance and atmospherics of this third confrontation
Protectionism has been a frequent feature of the republic since its founding.
Their disrespect for each other in blunt and sometimes brutal ways marred the effort to place this debate on a high plane of discourse
His foreign-policy actions have gone in all kinds of different directions at different times.
If debates are an exercise in scoring points, Clinton got the better of her opponent.
How badly will this hurt her in the polls?
U.S. politics have always been nastiest when fundamental questions of national definition are in play.
He acts like America’s favorite uncle, but he carries grave responsibilities.
His humanitarian foreign policy fed Bush and Obama’s recklessness.
Standing athwart the conventional wisdom.
2016 might not be done being wild—and history shows he has a chance.
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