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Ronald A. Klain, a Post contributing columnist, served as a senior White House aide to both Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton and was a senior adviser to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign.
If Trump thinks this is going to be “Gorsuch 2.0,” he is sadly mistaken.
Three paths for Democrats to beat Trumpism in the midterms.
As a Democratic Party insider, I’m supposed to be “quaking” or in “crisis” today after Tuesday night’s primary results. Instead, I'm smiling.
Investors are driven by profit, not the desire to serve everyone.
The real threat is the passivity of Republican leaders.
The xenophobic President Trump could pose the biggest obstacle to curbing potential outbreaks.
To unite where Trump divided, progressives need majorities in a wide swath of the country.
The “Never Trump” resistance movement is gathering steam for a protracted battle.
Democrats are more likely to be motivated than Republicans.
A president who doesn’t respect the rule of law will always have the upper hand over imperfect but fundamentally decent civil servants.