With his simplistic response, he shuts down conversations about consent, power imbalances and victim psychology.
The president could end up forcing Senate Republicans to rethink their loyalty to him.
The days when we deployed hundreds of thousands of troops in the Middle East are long gone.
It was on Biden’s watch that the United States refused to deliver military aid.
The political hell most Senate Republicans have found themselves in since 2016 can be described as the chasm between how Trump wants them to behave and how they believe they should govern.
The president is taking a journey into the constitutional wilderness.
Republicans give the president obedience, yes, but that’s not true loyalty.
Even his most ardent supporters ought to recognize that Trump’s method is, at least, a high-risk proposition for them.
They need to follow their own advice and let Durham follow the facts.
Panic, gallows humor, no sleep - it was the most harrowing period of my career.
Trump’s effort to damage Biden might, just might, end up being a blessing in disguise for the former vice president.
There’s no civil war. Corruption is getting better. And it’s not “the Ukraine.”
Moving a call to the “code word” server can be justified only by national security concerns.
Our country will have more presidents, but we get just one crack at principles.
Trump has destroyed our reputation for good governance.
I’m not sure Democrats are right to pursue impeachment. I’m sure Republicans are wrong to pretend that what Trump did was totally fine.
If enough Americans are pro-impeachment, Republicans will join them.
Wherever he was, whatever his title, the president has used the powers at his disposal to enrich or otherwise benefit himself.