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Marc Thiessen writes a twice-weekly column for The Post on foreign and domestic policy. He is a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, and the former chief speechwriter for President George W. Bush.
China went for a kill shot with its retaliatory tariffs. It ended up shooting itself in the foot.
His death should encourage Americans to pause the politics of contempt.
Think inequality is bad today? Wait to see what it looks like in the genetically modified future.
If Democrats play their cards right, they can rack up wins. But they can’t do that while being the ‘resistance.’
But judges are not beholden to any president, including the one who appoints them.
There are warning signs in the midterm election results that Trump should not ignore.
They know that recounting the existing votes is unlikely to change the result.
Trump’s nationalism is about American exceptionalism, not “blood and soil.”
Character assassination does not pay.
Build the wall. But leave the Constitution alone.