White House Press Sec. Jen Psaki has dealt with her fair share of haters — she became a target of Russian propagandists, after all. In this bonus extra, Psaki shares how she plans to modernize and control the message from the world’s most powerful briefing room.
Attorney and Lincoln Project co-founder George Conway and former solicitor general Neal Katyal weigh the potential legal battles ahead for the former president.
Mitch McConnell may be the only DC Republican who hates Trump as much as conservative commentator George Will. So don't be baffled by the senator's shifting stance on impeachment: McConnell's always playing the long game.
The Senate Republican Leader’s shifting stance regarding Trump’s impeachment has colleagues baffled. But conservative columnist George Will believes this much: McConnell may be the only DC Republican who hates Trump as much as Will does.
"The Art of the Deal" ghostwriter Tony Schwartz says the narrative around Trump is wrong. Trump's chief characteristic is his need for domination — and he just lost what matters most to him. (He also calls Trump "sociopathic." You know, for good measure.)
The morning after she was in the House chamber during the siege of the U.S. Capitol, the Michigan congresswoman discusses being targeted by militias, other far-right extremists, and the president of the United States.
Will a 50-50 Senate foster bipartisanship? D.C. insider Adam Jentleson thinks not: Mitch McConnell still has a lot of sway — and a singular focus on reclaiming the majority in 2022.
Adam Jentleson, deputy chief of staff to former Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid and author of "Kill Switch: The Rise of the Modern Senate," knows all too well how Mitch McConnell can obstruct a new president’s agenda.