Thu, 5:28 pm

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No big deal, just Trump (who has no idea what treason is) acknowledging that it's a capital offense and naming people he thinks committed it.


Thu, 4:31 pm

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Trump's been to 25 of 30 red states and 11 of 20 blue ones. But he's been to two blue states incessantly -- ones where he has a golf course.


Thu, 1:54 pm

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Democratic women and older Democrats are much more likely to prioritize beating Trump over candidate positions. Both groups also disproportionately back Biden.


Thu, 12:01 pm

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Very interesting new data from Pew shows that while a black or Hispanic Dem nominee would spur some voter enthusiasm, a white man would disproportionately dampen it.


Thu, 11:01 am

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Guess what? Looking at bills enacted and votes taken in the House, it turns out that Democrats actually can both investigate and legislate.


Wednesday

Wed, 5:26 pm

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The media is talking about impeachment a lot more post-Mueller report. But Americans aren't searching Google for the term any more heavily.


Wed, 2:54 pm

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At the White House today, Trump proclaimed that he didn't do coverups. 100 percent correct, except for all of these and probably some others.


Wed, 12:53 pm

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Trump's team seems to be convinced that the economy will offer a glide path to reelection. New poll numbers undercut that confidence.


Wed, 11:40 am

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The Michael Cohen search warrants released today suggest a direct link to Russian businessman Viktor Vekselberg after the election.


Wed, 9:59 am

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Trump's never been above 46 percent in poll averages, pre- or post-election -- a function of a sharp partisan divide that he intentionally fosters.


Tuesday

Tue, 4:13 pm

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The Star's Daniel Dale points out that Trump has a go-to story about the strength of the economy: An NYPD cop whose 401(k) keeps doing better and better. So how does he compare to the markets?


Tue, 3:35 pm

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Bill de Blasio's net favorability is actually lower than President Trump's. Why? Because at least members of Trump's party like him.


Tue, 12:44 pm

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I took the 500-plus business entities listed in Trump's financial disclosure and indexed how they all intertwine.


Monday

Mon, 7:23 pm

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Walked through Cohen's public testimony, the just-released closed-door comments from earlier this year and the Mueller report to detail what he's said about the Sekulow accusation.


Mon, 3:42 pm

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A look at the "white working class" and how it compares, by county, with nonwhite Americans.


Mon, 12:58 pm

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In addition to $8.5 billion given to aid farmers affected by his trade war, Trump on Sunday suggested that farms not have to verify worker immigrant status.


Mon, 10:02 am

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Trump dropped a tweet on Sunday afternoon that's worth lifting up.


Thursday

May 16, 5:17 pm

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Some very good news for people interested in buying the China-made Trumpy Bear, the bear with Trump hair and an American flag: Even if the tariffs are expanded to cover such items, the company would likely just eat the increase.


May 16, 4:05 pm

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Trump said today that the surge in family units at the border is a function of child smuggling. At the end of last year, DHS said that only a quarter of a percent of those groups were even suspect.


May 16, 1:44 pm

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Why the weird form about social-media bias on the White House website? It's about the fight.


May 16, 11:40 am

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Tallied the support by party and gender for anti-abortion bills in Georgia, Missouri and Alabama. Votes from male legislators were more than seven times the number of votes from women.


Wednesday

May 15, 10:27 am

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What's happening in Alabama was fostered by Trump's position on abortion -- which itself is a function of his at-times-stumbling efforts to woo religious voters in 2016.


May 15, 7:15 am

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Maybe there is still a counterintelligence investigation into Trump. Maybe there isn't. Maybe it got buried. The last time congressional leaders were briefed on it, James Comey still led the FBI.


Tuesday

May 14, 5:33 pm

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Biden is by far the most experienced candidate to seek the presidency in the past 20 years -- but it's not clear that's necessarily a good thing politically.


May 14, 3:25 pm

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Farmers have gotten $8.5 billion in support due to trade-war losses. Who covered that bill? American consumers, who paid an estimated $18 billion from November through April on increased tariffs.


May 14, 1:47 pm

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Maybe Biden's claiming that the GOP will work with Democrats post-Trump as a way to appeal to Dem voters. Or maybe he forgot everything that happened when he was vice president.


May 14, 11:04 am

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We're nearing primary debate season. So it's worth asking: Did the debates make any difference in 2016?


Monday

May 13, 4:52 pm

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For Trump detractors, there's an allure to the House using its authority to arrest administration officials. But is the power of "inherent contempt" really viable?


May 13, 1:23 pm

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In 2016, no Senate candidate won in a state where the presidential contest had gone to the other party. In 2018, seven did -- all to the Democrats.


May 13, 10:39 am

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Obviously I evaluated the records of teams that visited Trump at the White House.


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