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Paul Waldman

Washington Post

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  • The Week
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Recent articles by Paul:

Trump’s corruption keeps getting more obvious

Pursuing a lucrative Moscow deal while running for president and lying about it? Of course. → Read More

Michael Cohen is about to sing, and Trump is in big trouble

He has stories he hasn't even hinted at yet. → Read More

Happy Hour Roundup

Our nightly wrap-up of news and opinion. → Read More

How the shutdown will make it harder for Trump to win reelection

The president is making the case against him much easier to make. → Read More

Wading through the thicket of Democratic presidential candidates

So many choices, all saying so many similar things. → Read More

Happy Hour Roundup

Our nightly wrap-up of news and opinion. → Read More

Pelosi is right to say no to Trump’s speech. Because things are not normal.

Let's not pretend we aren't in the midst of a crisis. → Read More

Trump’s effort to rig the census takes a hit

Every once in a while, lying has a cost. → Read More

Will the 2020 Democrat be progressive, or electable against Trump? Probably both!

Reject the false choice — it's all connected. → Read More

Republicans discover sudden interest in policing racism within their party

Shocked to learn that Rep. Steve King may be a white supremacist, they vow to do something about it. → Read More

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Has Super Powers

Has a freshman member of Congress ever gotten this much attention? → Read More

The shutdown is reminding everyone of the good things government does

Which is why Republicans will lose, just like they usually do. → Read More

Happy Hour Roundup

Our nightly wrap-up of news and opinion. → Read More

Why Democrats will not tear themselves apart from the inside

The newly elected progressive members are just what the party needs. → Read More

Donald Trump is the world’s worst negotiator

The shutdown mess proves how terrible he is at making deals. → Read More

Happy Hour Roundup

Our nightly wrap-up of news and opinion. → Read More

Why Democrats’ old contributions will haunt them in 2020

Who's a corporate shill and who isn't? Let's fight about it! → Read More

Trump will be rid of Rod Rosenstein. But it’s too late to help him.

As the deputy attorney general departs, the Mueller investigation nears its dramatic end. → Read More

Happy Hour Roundup

Our nightly wrap-up of news and opinion. → Read More

On health care, Democrats aren’t messing around

Throughout the country, they're using their new power to move aggressively to expand coverage. → Read More