Were it not for the violent emotions that Trump excites among his critics, this would hardly be a topic of hot coverage.
"The president has lost his base, or is in grave danger of doing so."
"A few days ago intervention was out; now it appears that some form of military measures in Syria are in."
The AHCA mess is a warning: until someone can actually lead the GOP and resolve its contradictions one way or another, it will not be able to govern.
Devin Nunes says James Comey put a big, gray cloud over the Trump administration, but the paranoia surrounding the hearings suggests that Congress is unlikely to help dispel it.
Nowadays, principled ideological differences are portrayed as unpatriotic, even morally treasonous.
The administration’s opponents do not accept that there can be legitimate differences over the liberal worldview itself.
As president, no less than as a candidate, Trump is unconstrained by ideological orthodoxy.
The media must adjust to the forces that elected Trump.
A dangerous idea that makes no sense.
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