Curt Mills is foreign-affairs reporter at the National Interest.
Former foreign policy grandees Ben Rhodes and Sam Power defended their old boss’ legacy earlier this week, to conservative ire, as the White House weighs shuttering the Iran deal.
A senior administration official indicated Tuesday that the president will pursue a hardline immigration agenda, even in the face of government shutdown.
The death of “Trumpism without Trump” seems greatly exaggerated.
What does the future hold for Steve Bannon? Retirement? A political comeback in the future?
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Old ideological foes are lining up on opposite sides of the emerging debate.
The former White House chief strategist alleges the newly-nominated State Department point person on East Asia bows to Beijing.
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