A man of borderless corruption must prepare to face the consequences.
The situation might be merely crass if not for the shadow of violence hanging over it.
Trump’s indictment presents Republicans, and all Americans, with a clear choice.
A New York grand jury is treating the former commander in chief like everyone else.
The most crucial element of the fake Trump-arrest images is not that they are misleading. It is that they are cinematic.
It’s why the party keeps losing elections.
Given the facts as they are now known, only the most superficial parallel can be drawn between the two situations.
Anne Applebaum on the global cohort of antidemocratic influencers that encouraged the insurrection in Brazil
For Trump, the violence on January 6 was a bonus.
The failure to do so is outrageous and needs to be investigated.
Rather than conducting a large-scale dragnet, the committee zeroed in on the former president.
Putin’s hollow rhetoric warrants no concessions from the West.
But they are surmountable if the government takes into account his other actions on January 6, 2021.
Every effort to hold Donald Trump accountable has been thwarted by those who made it someone else’s job. Not anymore.
The former president’s newest critics ought to show some contrition.
One crime, two crimes, red crime, blue crime
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His company now has criminal convictions, and his effort to seek political immunity is looking shaky.
Trump’s incoherent constitutional philosophy summed up: The Constitution provides a first option, but if for some reason he doesn’t like it, he’s happy to discard it.
A perfect storm is brewing among Trump, Fuentes, Ye … and Twitter.