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POLITICO Magazine 7h
The House Judiciary Committee’s sterling performance in the summer of 1974 helped solidify public consensus around Richard Nixon. Today, that’s much harder:
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POLITICO Magazine 11h
House Democrats Want a Watergate Repeat. Don’t Count on It.
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POLITICO Magazine 20h
"Many conservatives sincerely believe their rhetoric about the need for a strong presidency unshackled from excessive congressional and judicial impediments. People like Dick Cheney and John Yoo face an awkward question: Is this what you had in mind?"
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POLITICO Magazine 22h
There’s only so much Republicans can do when Democrats have all the evidence they need, writes :
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POLITICO Magazine 22h
"The reality is that many Washington conservatives dislike Trump as much as Democrats do but are afraid to break with him publicly. These conservatives must ask the cost for their principles."
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POLITICO Magazine Nov 13
President Donald Trump and this generation of Republicans plainly are looking to the politics of the Clinton impeachment as a source of comfort. They are deluding themselves in a profound way, writes
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POLITICO Magazine Nov 13
Can the Impeachment Hearings Actually Change Anyone’s Mind? - POLITICO
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POLITICO Magazine Nov 13
Could the impeachment hearings really change anyone's mind? Psychology research suggests it’s possible — depending how Congress handles the hearings.
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POLITICO Magazine Nov 13
Understanding the real costs paid by a president during an impeachment battle requires engaging in some what-if scenarios. But these scenarios do not require lots of conjecture or long, speculative leaps:
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POLITICO Magazine Nov 13
On December 19, 1998, the day House Republicans impeached President Bill Clinton, he recorded his highest-ever score in Gallup’s presidential approval poll: 73 percent.
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POLITICO Magazine Nov 13
"On the current trajectory, Republicans are engaging in a battle with their own long-term costs that they will be paying for the next generation."
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POLITICO Magazine Nov 13
The Trump precedent will echo for years in arguments about executive power, and not in ways conservatives will like:
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POLITICO Magazine Nov 13
Three decades before he railed against the Trump campaign, the future congressman prosecuted an FBI agent who was seduced by a Soviet spy. From May:
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POLITICO Magazine Nov 13
Even if the Senate clears Donald Trump, the Republican Party could pay the price for a generation, writes
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POLITICO Magazine Nov 13
A secret impeachment ballot might sound crazy, but it’s actually quite possible. In fact, it would take only three senators to allow for that possibility.
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POLITICO Magazine Nov 12
The defiance that grew out of the Brewer-and-Arpaio era represents a new chapter in the history of Latino activism in Arizona:
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POLITICO Magazine Nov 12
One of the state’s biggest tests for the future: how to prepare the next generation of Latino leaders if the institutions that serve them are flawed
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POLITICO Magazine Nov 12
“Brown people are coming out, and now we have the numbers and the organization in place to be able to turn the tables in our favor exactly because we have a seat at the table.”
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POLITICO Magazine Nov 12
1 in 3 Arizona residents is Latino, and Latinos are the fastest-growing segment of the state’s population, putting it on track to become majority-minority by 2030, 15 years ahead of the rest of the country
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POLITICO Magazine Nov 12
By most everyone’s judgment, the Senate will not vote to remove President Donald Trump from office if the House impeaches him. But what if senators could vote on impeachment by secret ballot?
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