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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.
It is against the law for White House employees to engage in political campaigning. But the Trump White House is entirely political.
US right-wing media outlets are usually united in their coverage of Trump, but the president’s state visit has proved a challenge.
As video-faking technology improves, it could become almost impossible to tell what’s real – and the right has proven its willingness to take advantage of the fact.
In brief remarks, the Special Counsel reiterated his position that his investigation did not exonerate the president of any wrongdoing.
The White House has dug in for a siege, and demands for the Democratic leadership in Congress to start impeachment proceedings are growing louder.
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.