Nicky Woolf is the editor of New Statesman America. He has formerly written for the Guardian and the New Statesman. He tweets @NickyWoolf.
Working on a profile, I went to see the brothel-owner, reality TV star, and “Trump of Pahrump” speak at his birthday party in Nevada. It would turn out to be a strange, and fateful, evening.
Throughout his presidency, Obama read ten letters from US citizens every day, slipped to him in a purple folder.
In 2006, I found myself in the eye of a category 4 super typhoon. It was far more terrible than I could have imagined.
Testifying before the Senate, Christopher Wray confirmed that the investigation was “limited in scope,” despite claims to the contrary.
The president has consistently referred to press as “the enemy of the people”. With horrifying inevitability, people are taking him at his word.
Both Democrat and Republican supporters have been fired-up by one of the most divisive nomination battles in American history.
Trump claimed investigators probing sexual assault accusations against Brett Kavanaugh could interview whoever they wanted. But the FBI didn't talk to him, his alleged victim or any potential witnesses.
There is no low to which the senate majority leader won’t stoop in pursuit of his right-wing takeover of the American judiciary.
The Arizona Republican voted for the confirmation to advance to the Senate, but on the condition that the vote be delayed while the FBI investigate.
The Supreme Court nominee was angry and tearful and claimed his life had been "totally destroyed" by sexual assault allegations, but Republicans may still vote to confirm him.