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Nicky Woolf is the editor of New Statesman America. He has formerly written for the Guardian and the New Statesman. He tweets @NickyWoolf.
A conservative congressman from Michigan takes a courageous stand.
Trump’s approach “demonstrates an astonishing ignorance of history, politics realities, and the practice of nuclear negotiations”.
Tensions run high in DC as the post-Mueller fallout continues.
Kenneth McCallion says “the only reasonable reading of the Mueller Report is that he is inferentially referring the Obstruction of Justice charges to Congress”.
Barr behaved more like Trump’s personal defence counsel than an impartial officer of the law.
His resignation letter contains hints that Rosenstein may have been unhappy with how the Mueller report was released.
A rundown of the candidates who have officially declared their campaigns for the Democratic nomination for president in 2020.
Warren’s policy proposals far outstrip her rivals in depth and breadth. But she is forced to compete in a “likeability” primary which her male opponents don’t have to face.
Over 450 long-awaited pages, the Special Counsel says he can neither indict nor exonerate the president.
It is clear the president just wants to drive a wedge into the Democratic party as the 2020 election campaign begins.