Fri, 5:48 pm

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Here's how much the wall would cost if we made it out of the $20 bricks the Trump campaign wants to send to Pelosi and Schumer.


Fri, 3:18 pm

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Yesterday I wrote about a bad poll for Trump which spurred a metric ton of by-now-expected "lol polls" responses. So, here is a hopefully complete explanation of why your polls-are-bad take is itself bad.


Fri, 7:36 am

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If Trump were impeached, it would take 20 Republican senators to remove him from office. 14 sitting Republicans supported impeaching or removing Clinton for obstruction of justice.


Thursday

Thu, 5:33 pm

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Trump's letter to Pelosi wasn't really petulance. It was of a piece with his consistent strategy from his first day as a candidate: Throwing punches at people his base hates.


Thu, 1:13 pm

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Giuliani: There was no collusion because this specific standard applied to this specific person hasn't been proven.

Also Giuliani: Mueller is compromised because one footnote in a document applied to a tangential campaign figure after leaving the campaign may have been incomplete.


Thu, 11:20 am

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A remarkably bad new poll for Trump: A quarter of his supporters aren't committed to voting for him in 2020 and among independents, who he won in 2016, 62 percent plan to vote against him.


Thu, 9:28 am

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1. The Cohen online-poll-rigging-and-stiffing-the-vender fits with the paid actors at Trump's campaign launch.

2. The rigging might also have violated campaign finance laws.


Wednesday

Wed, 11:02 pm

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"Most magazines don't want the subjects that they're photographing to look like goofballs."


Wed, 3:20 pm

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Three of the eight people who've won a presidential nomination since 2000 announced between June 14 and June 16.


Wed, 1:00 pm

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That fake Washington Post website has an article called "A look at the 64 bills."

Now, so does the real Post website.


Wed, 11:10 am

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On average, in Post-ABC polling over the course of his presidency, nearly three-quarters of Americans have a strong opinion on Trump -- mostly negative.


Wed, 9:18 am

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Not only do most Americans oppose building more wall on the border, most Americans oppose compromising on that position in order to reopen government.


Tuesday

Tue, 3:54 pm

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Here's an interesting little bit of data, given the shutdown.


Tue, 11:49 am

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Trump outlined his views on America's support for NATO 32 years ago in an interview with Larry King.


Tue, 10:30 am

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Trump said he wasn't familiar with the Steve King issue. Given his choice in cable news networks, that's not a surprise.


Tue, 7:40 am

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That Clemson victory dinner at the White House? By my estimate, $3,000 spent on 310,000 calories.


Monday

Mon, 6:10 pm

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Trump's praise of Buchanan's essay on immigration isn't only ironic because he once called him a Hitler lover. It's also ironic coming as Steve King is under fire for much the same rhetoric.


Mon, 3:22 pm

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Trump's shutdown strategy isn't convincing anyone, isn't earning support and is pushing his approval downward.


Mon, 11:33 am

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With The Post's reporting on Trump's efforts to keep his conversations with Putin private, it's worth walking through how his first conversation with Putin unfolded -- the day before he wrote a misleading statement about the Trump Tower meeting.


Mon, 10:13 am

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Maybe Trump is a Russian agent. Maybe he's instead got a strategy for building a stronger relationship with Russia at odds with the D.C. establishment. Or maybe there's a third option.


Saturday

Jan 12, 10:47 am

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An explorable aerial view of Baltimore, 200 years ago.


Friday

Jan 11, 5:04 pm

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The gaping hole in Trump's rhetoric about how Democrats once supported building barriers on the border.


Jan 11, 1:32 pm

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Is Steve King Steve Kingier because of Trump?


Jan 11, 10:06 am

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Trump's effort to blur the Russia investigation by focusing on the nebulous term "collusion" continues apace.


Thursday

Jan 10, 6:18 pm

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Curious what sorts of things have been deemed national-emergency-worthy in the past? Alllllllllow me.


Jan 10, 1:56 pm

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Ways that Mexico would pay for the wall, per Trump at various points:

- Writing a check or else
- Revised trade deals
- A tax
- Being cowed by not getting a meeting
- Reimbursement/other
- Getting out-dealed


Jan 10, 10:54 am

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Trump said that human traffickers use "unbelievable vehicles" to speed past the Border Patrol in the deserts of Arizona and Texas. Sure, if a Honda Civic is unbelievable.


Jan 10, 9:22 am

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For every step forward (the administration copping to a bad bit of data), Trump's tweets take two steps back.


Wednesday

Jan 9, 4:06 pm

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If you, too, have cross-referenced Russian Facebook ads with target states by month prior to the election and would then like to argue that there was a data-focused strategy deployed that depended on insights from the Trump campaign, OK. Let's debate.


Jan 9, 10:18 am

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Finally wrote about Trump's campaign-trail explanation of how he'd manage Congress: Just like the NYC zoning board.


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