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Joe Rogan
WASHINGTON February 11, 2022
The Republican Party would love to talk more about Joe Rogan, and less about January 6. If only Donald Trump would let them.
Mike Pompeo and Mike Pence flank Donald Trump
WASHINGTON January 31, 2022
Reading the tea leaves on the political futures of Pence, DeSantis, and Pompeo. Plus, decoding the G.O.P.’s Kid Rock fantasy.
Trump and DeSantis
WASHINGTON January 24, 2022
Despite some shrieking media narratives, Trump and DeSantis don’t hate one another’s guts. Instead, they are involved in a more complex game theory.
Marjorie Taylor Greene
WASHINGTON January 11, 2022
Notes and observations on the Cruz-Carlson struggle session, the persistence of Marjorie Taylor Greene, and the slow-motion fracturing of the Trump coalition.

Jan 6 riot
WASHINGTON January 5, 2022
I was at the Capitol on that fateful day, and what I remember most is that the insurrection wasn’t a surprise to those of us who covered the Trump movement. In fact, my sources had been discussing it for months. It’s everything that came next that shocked me.
David McCormick
WALL STREET December 30, 2021
David McCormick is the G.O.P.’s fantasy candidate of a perhaps bygone, bipartisan, pre-Q era: a swashbuckling former military hero with credentials from Princeton, McKinsey, and Bridgewater. But can he placate the Trumpists in Pennsylvania? If he does, he’ll quickly become one of the most important figures in the national party.
Jeff Roe and Glenn Youngkin
WASHINGTON December 7, 2021
Ever since Jeff Roe led Glenn Youngkin to victory in Virginia, he has become the G.O.P.’s master strategist for creating a new Trump-adjacent, post-Trump playbook for Never Trump Republicans. Herewith, he envisions 2022 and beyond.
Kyle RIttenhouse
WASHINGTON November 22, 2021
The broader political context that produced Rittenhouse is, in many ways, more disturbing than the Rittenhouse case itself.

Bari Weiss
WASHINGTON November 15, 2021
The evolution of the digital economy has already remade the media industry, allowing columnists like Weiss to circumvent the progressive gatekeepers who signed her paychecks and build her own subscription businesses on Substack. Actually, higher education seems like the natural next step.
Donald Trump
MEDIA November 2, 2021
The DWAC merger appears reckless, even to those in Trumpworld. As one former senior advisor put it: “It's got as much gas as the Hindenburg.”
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