What a medieval religious schism can teach us about Donald Trump’s unprecedented and radically antagonistic approach to the ex-presidency.
In North Carolina, a rainbow coalition of voters shifted sharply to the GOP this year. Can the party hold onto them for good?
His opponents think his evidence-free claims of voter fraud have no chance of winning. They already are.
History says it’s the moments when Trump feels emboldened that he is most prone to overreach.
Jeh Johnson, the former Homeland Security chief, was asked by school officials to deliver a message their students “need to hear.”
“Hateful” and “mendacious.” And that was just Don Jr. and Ivanka’s speeches.
The Republican convention has glossed over the most painful facts about the pandemic and the cratered economy. It’s not the first time the president has altered reality.
North of Charlotte, N.C., voters of both parties can see through the GOP’s strategy of frightening them about an urban crime wave.
Inside the 2016 Republican National Convention—a chaotic and unpredictable event that perfectly previewed the Trump presidency.