Nicky Woolf is the editor of New Statesman America. He has formerly written for the Guardian and the New Statesman. He tweets @NickyWoolf.
Trump is already claiming victory, but it might be a long time before the public gets to read the full Special Counsel’s full report – if we ever do.
For a long time I extended him the benefit of the doubt, but the “English irony” remark I could not rationalise away.
Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders found herself under pressure when a question she dodged was chased up by three further reporters. It’s about time.
The popular Ohio senator, who just ruled himself out of the primary, could be an election-winning vice-presidential nominee – but it would hand his seat over to the GOP.
A rundown of the candidates who have officially declared their campaigns for the Democratic nomination for president in 2020.
There is a concerted effort by dark money groups to sow the seeds of hatred and division.
In an extraordinary day of testimony, Trump’s former fixer and attorney shrugged off Republican attempts to smear him – even as he prepares to begin his prison sentence.
The congresswoman’s comments may have been thoughtless. But if we call all criticism of Israel “anti-Semitic” we risk making the term meaningless.
It is, at the very minimum, ironic that a book about slipping media standards is full of errors.
Trump showed he could – just about – read off a teleprompter without tripping over his tie. But we didn’t really learn anything new.