On Wednesday night, Liz Cheney made it clear: Republicans can’t have it both ways.
Author: Chris Cillizza, CNN
Trump’s Lasting Legacy Will Be the Overturning of Roe
During his run for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016, Donald Trump had one sure-fire way to beat back doubts about his conservative bona fides: he would talk about who he might appoint, if given the chance, to the Supreme Court.
McCarthy Is Officially in Trump’s Doghouse
It’s been a week for House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy.
The Malaise of the Biden Administration
Here’s President Joe Biden on Americans, from an interview Thursday with The Associated Press:
Tuesday Was a Very Bad Political Omen for Liz Cheney
South Carolina Rep. Tom Rice, who, like Cheney, was one of 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach Donald Trump in the wake of the January 6, 2021, riot at the US Capitol, was crushed in a primary by state Rep. Russell Fry, who ran with the former P…
Trump’s 2016 Election Conspiracy Theory Just Took Big Hit
The Republican Wave Is Building
With just over five months before the 2022 midterm elections, it’s becoming more and more clear that a Republican wave is building out in the country.
Trump Is Still the Story in 2022 Midterms
Donald Trump isn’t in office anymore. But he remains the dominant figure of the 2022 midterm elections.
Hassan Ad Tells You a Lot About Dems’ Political Problems
In a new TV ad, Sen. Maggie Hassan tries to put some distance between herself and President Joe Biden.
A Disastrous Day for Democrats’ 2022 Chances
The news that the US economy unexpectedly shrank over the first quarter of the year is an absolute body blow to Democrats already reeling amid growing economic concerns ahead of the 2022 midterm election.