Berating allies? Firing the director of the FBI? Sharing classified information with the Russians? When will enough be enough?
The president’s agenda is as vast as his political acumen is lacking. This is a recipe for disaster.
Democrats and independents already disapprove of the president. Now he must worry about Republicans.
Republican opposition to Obamacare was empty rhetoric. They have no idea how to turn their slogans into policy.
A quarter of Americans would like the president to be able to singlehandedly overrule the courts.
Democrats and Republicans are not mirror images of each other. Will this asymmetry last under Donald Trump?
Republicans refused to entertain evidence of Russian interference in the election, worried it might hurt Donald Trump.
Trump’s supporters believe unemployment is up and millions voted illegally in the election. Neither is true.
Changing party coalitions owe as much to demographics as the choices Democrats and Republicans make.
Donald Trump’s election has suddenly made Republicans more optimistic about the state of the economy.
White college graduates and minority voters increasingly lean Democratic. It just wasn’t enough for Hillary Clinton.
We are not going to forget everything Donald Trump has said and done now that he is elected president.