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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. He is a Fox News contributor.
CNN's Russian spy story leaves out key context about Obama aides' actions before the spy's exfiltration.
He should not even have considered inviting the Taliban to Camp David.
It is pathetic that almost everything we know about the McCarrick coverup has come not from the church but from investigative journalists, grand juries and whistle-blowers.
Talk about disdain for an independent judiciary.
They're giving voters an ultimatum rather than inspiration.
Even when the president is doing the right thing, he and his team can’t seem to get out of their own way.
The United States has a major strategic interest in not allowing new Arctic sea lanes to fall under Russian or Chinese control.
There is nothing outrageous about Israel’s decision to bar entry to politicians who advocate its destruction.
He should use his leverage with China to save the city.
Build the wall. But leave the Constitution alone.