He knows something his foes don’t know—or can’t admit.
A conversation between Jacob Heilbrunn and Daniel McCarthy on what everyone in Washington is talking about.
The latest twist to the Russia affair foretells legal trouble for the president and the president’s men.
As the president’s popularity among Republicans declines, while his unpopularity with everyone else remains sky-high, he faces political dangers far in excess of any obvious legal ones.
There is no known crime at the heart of the Trump-Russia affair, and no crime has yet been even credibly alleged in President Trump’s involvement in the investigation.
Are the hearings a game changer or a tempest in a teapot?
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has done Trump a service—though it might not be much appreciated.
An impeachment is already underway—not of the president, but of Washington’s entire political elite.
Can an anonymous source who does this much damage be taken at face value?
Before any kind of parallel to Watergate can be drawn, an actual, bona fide crime will have to be found somewhere.
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