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By Elizabeth Drew - May 13,2019
WASHINGTON, DC — Things have gotten ugly in Washington, DC, since the release last month of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election, and they are about to get uglier.
By Elizabeth Drew - Dec 12,2018
WASHINGTON, DC — Though he rarely admits even the slightest discontent with the job he schemed for in unprecedented ways and somewhat accidentally fell into, thanks to the vagaries of the Electoral College, Donald Trump’s presidency has not been what Americans would call a bowl o
By Elizabeth Drew - Oct 31,2018
WASHINGTON, DC — With the approach of this year’s midterm elections in the United States, domestic terrorism is starting to dominate the political landscape.
By Elizabeth Drew - Sep 26,2018
WASHINGTON, DC — This is not a good time to be Donald J. Trump. Granted, it has been a while since it was, but this is the grimmest period of his presidency thus far. And Trump is showing it.
By Elizabeth Drew - Aug 13,2018
WASHINGTON, DC — As the first criminal trial of a major figure in US President Donald Trump’s 2016 election campaign got under way in Virginia, observers have wondered to what extent not only Paul Manafort, his campaign manager for a crucial period, but also Trump himself is in t
By Elizabeth Drew - Jun 28,2018
WASHINGTON, DC — Suddenly, without much thought or planning, which is essentially how he operates, US President Donald Trump lit a match to his administration by approving a policy of separating migrant children from their parents as they arrived — many fleeing violence in Centra
By Elizabeth Drew - Oct 01,2017
When the news broke last week about the specific documents sought by Robert Mueller, the special counsel heading the federal investigation into Russia’s role in the 2016 election and whether Donald Trump’s campaign colluded with the Kremlin, a chill fell over Trump’s already jitt
By Elizabeth Drew - Sep 18,2017
It is generally agreed in Washington, DC, that President Donald Trump’s presidency is entering a new phase.
By Elizabeth Drew - Aug 21,2017
In many, if not most, US administrations, some figure emerges who convinces the press that the president could not function without him (it is yet to be a her).The indispensable aide is, indeed, one of the most well-worn tropes of the modern presidency. Karl Rove was “Bush’s
By Elizabeth Drew - May 19,2017
On both sides of the White House fence, near-nervous breakdowns abound.The White House staff is said to be in a state of near collapse — bouncing from one presidential crisis to another, trying all the while to hide from a screaming president.On the other side of the White House

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