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Debra J. Saunders

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Recent articles by Debra:

Women rally for Trump in Pennsylvania

The group Women for Trump gathered in Pennsylvania to show the president’s re-election campaign will strive to win the votes of women, especially suburban women. → Read More

Acosta, the Only Prosecutor to Put Jeffrey Epstein Behind Bars, Loses His Job

Washington Alex Acosta resigned as labor secretary Friday morning. It was inevitable once he became the target of all virtuous people in Washington for negotiating a 2008 non-prosecution agreement that put superrich sex offender Jeffrey Epstein behind bars for 13... → Read More

2 1/2 Summits | The American Spectator

WASHINGTON — Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump’s daughter and son-in-law, both trusted White House aides, crossed into North Korea with Trump and strongman Kim Jong-un last Sunday. And where was national security adviser John Bolton? The foreign-policy... → Read More

Trump pans first Democratic presidential debate on Twitter

On Wednesday, as Air Force One headed to the G-20 in Osaka, Japan, Trump announced on Twitter that he was “off to save the Free World.” → Read More

Kellyanne Conway will skip Hatch Act hearing

Kellyanne Conway, an adviser to President Trump, won’t testify at a hearing called to examine the Office of Special Counsel’s recommendation that she be fired for engaging in political activity while working as a federal employee. → Read More

Biden Apologizes for the Wrong Thing

Joe Biden backtracked on the wrong old thing. Earlier this month, the former vice president abandoned his decadeslong support for the Hyde Amendment, a middle-ground measure that bans federal funding for most abortions. It was a reversal that showed Biden... → Read More

Trump ready to announce re-election campaign

President Donald Trump is scheduled to kick off his re-election campaign in Orlando, Florida, on Tuesday, against the backdrop of a good economy but flagging approval ratings. → Read More

Tariff talks between US, Mexico to continue Thursday

Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo negotiated Wednesday with the Mexican foreign minister over tariffs threatened by President Trump, but no agreements were reached and the conversations will continue Thursday. → Read More

Trump Increased Suspicion, But There Was Nothing to See There

Washington It’s July 8, 2017, and the New York Times has submitted questions to the White House about a June 9, 2016, Trump Tower meeting between top figures within the Trump campaign. On the list: the candidate’s son, Donald Trump Jr.;... → Read More

Little enthusiasm found for Trump’s plan to impose tariffs on Mexico

Some Republican lawmakers expressed support for President Donald Trump’s plan to impose tariffs on Mexican imports, but others broke ranks with the White House. → Read More

Donald Trump hits Joe Biden over 1994 crime bill

President Trump says former Vice President Joe Biden will have a hard time winning the black vote because of Biden’s role in the 1994 crime bill. → Read More

No Winners in Infrastructure Spat

Here’s a scary thought about last week’s skirmishes between President Donald Trump and the Democratic leaders formerly known to him as “Chuck and Nancy”: Both sides think they won. When both parties think they’ve won, dear reader, that probably means... → Read More

A Common-Sense Ruling on Death Penalty Drugs

Debra J. Saunders: WASHINGTON -- If there's one thing that tells you government .05/20/2019 17:59:46PM EST. → Read More

A Common-Sense Ruling on Death Penalty Drugs

Washington If there’s one thing that tells you government in America is too big and unaccountable, it’s when one branch of government stops another government from doing what it was set up to do, even if it’s not the first... → Read More

Trump signs full pardon for ex-media baron Conrad Black

President Donald Trump on Wednesday pardoned media baron Conrad Black, convicted in 2007 of defrauding investors in his company Hollinger International of millions. → Read More

AG Barr picks longtime prosecutor Durham for DOJ probe

AG William Barr has asked longtime Justice Department prosecutor John Durham to investigate the origins of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe of Russian collusion in the 2016 election, including whether investigators broke rules. → Read More

Past attorney general went unpunished for contempt — ANALYSIS

Former Attorney General Eric Holder defied Congress and was held in contempt, but nothing happened to him. Could the same scenario play out for William Barr? → Read More

Trump marks Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day

Press Secretary Sarah Sanders held an “off-the-record” briefing and Vice President Mike Pence popped in to take a few queries in the briefing room Thursday morning as the White House celebrated Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day. → Read More

Shakeup turns to purge in Trump administration

President Donald Trump ordered the departure of U.S. Secret Service director Randolph “Tex” Alles Monday, the third senior leader in the Department of Homeland Security to get the axe in the last week. → Read More

Enforcement Trumps a Border Wall

Washington During the two years when Democrats controlled the Oval Office, Senate and House, President Barack Obama squandered a major opportunity. He failed to push for a vote on a DREAM Act, which would create a path to citizenship for... → Read More