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It's very hard to see how Donald Trump isn't the Republican nominee in 2020

There's a remarkably persistent idea in Washington circles that President Donald ... Republican nomination in 2020. Whether it's Ohio Gov. John Kasich or Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake or someone else, Trump ... read more

Eschewing a national strategy, Democrats are betting on a hodgepodge message winning the midterms.

And if the case-by-case approach succeeds, it’s hard to see ... Trump campaign advisor Barry Bennett told Politico. Losing even one house of Congress would mean the end of unified Republican control o... read more

New GOP theory: Losing the midterms and getting impeached could actually help Trump.

“If they take the House, he wins big,” former Trump campaign advisor Barry Bennett told Politico. Losing even one house of Congress would mean the end of unified Republican control of the government. ... read more

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Republicans Are Using An Unprecedented Partisan Vetting Process To Rush Brett Kavanaugh’s Confirmation

WASHINGTON ― Republicans are circumventing the normal vetting process for Supreme Court nominees with an unprecedented partisan undertaking in order to confirm Brett Kavanaugh, President Donald Trump ... read more

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How Donald Trump got the Republican primary rules so very wrong

It could select its nominee ... rules. It isn't enough to be the most appealing candidate; you also have to master those rules, or at the very least, hire people who understand them and can help you a... read more

Democrats Must Reclaim the Center … by Moving Hard Left

For a system that justifies the wealthiest 2 percent purchasing the same political influence as the other 98 percent, isn’t really a democracy at all ... know-nothing like Republican Donald Trump? Cli... read more

The Daily 202: Race continues to be a blind spot for Trump one year after Charlottesville

Virginia Republican Senate nominee ... [Donald Trump Jr.] recorded a robocall, and Gov. John Kasich endorsed Balderson in a TV ad. The [RNC] has opened two offices in the district, launched a $500,000 ... read more

How Republican mandarins will try to civilize Trump the barbarian

With his last two opponents, Ted Cruz and John Kasich, out of the race, Donald Trump is now the Republican Party's presumptive nominee for president. As Kublai Khan conquered the ancient Song Empire o... read more

How Conservatives Can Defeat Donald Trump

Andrew Sullivan is back, with a long piece in New York Magazine about how Donald Trump’s campaign is evidence of the decadence of our democracy and a harbinger of its ... Republican Party is planning: ... read more

Trump Owns the Michigan GOP Primary, But Not So Much Michigan

In the southeast Michigan 8th Congressional District, very narrowly carried by Trump, sophomore representative Mike Bishop is in a tossup race against likely Democratic nominee ... this district hard ... read more

Six U.S. Senate Races to Obsess About

For Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell, it's important to add a couple of seats so he isn't dependent on one or two senators for a majority. In 2020, it's the Republicans ... of voters say Presi... read more

Did Democrats Overreach On Their Strategy To Block Trump's SCOTUS Nominee?

Yet, even the attempts at stalling isn’t good enough for die-hard Resist voters ... Democrats and Republicans both argue that Trump's latest nominee, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, would tilt the balance of t... read more



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