Despite Bolton’s bombshell, Trump’s attorneys tried to keep things moving toward what they hope is still an inevitable acquittal, ideally this week.
Margaret Carlson is a columnist for the Daily Beast. She was formerly the first woman columnist at Time magazine, a columnist at Bloomberg View, a weekly panelist on CNN’s “Capital Gang” and managing editor at the New Republic.
Republicans are insisting that there’s no case without witnesses and that it’s too late to call them.
Sanders’ condescending explanation of time to her was a reminder that the woman who supposedly can’t be president had the most to lose discussing that idea.
Public opinion is already against the NRA, and businesses, too. The politicians caught up on gay marriage. It's time to do it here.
Democrats have barely laid a glove on the Vermont senator this cycle. But letting him cruise untouched to the nomination would be... problematic.
The president’s calling the shots for the majority leader now, and it’s not going well.
The impeachment hearings have confirmed that the executive and legislative branches are dead to us. All that’s left is the judiciary, and it could be Trump’s undoing.
Michael Horowitz squashed a thousand conspiracy theories about the FBI’s Crossfire Hurricane that have been lovingly cultivated by the president and his defenders.
For once, Democrats should keep the clock running instead of letting Trump run it out.
The courts have said he can’t even run his foundation--and yet, he still runs the country. And the servile Senate will do nothing about it.