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The Fix's Aaron Blake discusses the latest in politics and campaigns live with readers.
Trump said repeatedly Monday that the U.S. military would win in Afghanistan. That's apparently news to his secretary of state.
Tony Fabrizio says that the base is souring even more on congressional Republicans, but his argument leaves something to be desired.
Their fourth-most-shared news source on Twitter was a web site that deals in conspiracy theories and hoaxes. No. 13 is InfoWars.
Trump's speech was full and sound and fury. It signified very little.
Trump actually signaled this specific flip-flop long ago. But yet again, he's abandoning his professed non-interventionism.
It just had its worst fundraising report since January 2009, and it's hemorrhaging money.
Everything he said, and what it meant.
The Post veteran also broke the news of Trump’s “Access Hollywood” video.