Jennifer Rubin, Washington Post

Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post

Washington, DC, United States

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Recent:
  • Washington Post
  • The Denver Post
Past:
  • The Miami Herald
  • KCRW
  • Standard-Examiner
  • NJ.com
  • The Dallas Morning News

Recent articles by Jennifer:

The North Korea fiasco

Trump double-crosses his own team for Kim Jong Un. → Read More

Happy Anniversary, Bernie! (Well, sort of.)

He's had a month to release tax returns. Enough is enough. → Read More

Democrats, here’s what to remember about Mueller

The voters always get the last word. → Read More

What Democrats can learn from Buttigieg

What makes Mayor Pete so appealing? → Read More

Kamala Harris’s second big idea tells us why she’s a skilled candidate

Harris courts teachers. → Read More

What Barr’s letter about the Mueller report says and doesn’t say

We need the full report. → Read More

It’s not the Democrats who’ll have a problem addressing impeachment

Republicans want to defend this guy? → Read More

Stacey Abrams and other women don’t need to settle for second fiddle

No female politician should signal that the VP spot is good enough. → Read More

Time for candidates to disclose their tax returns

It's time for transparency. → Read More

The worst reason ever not to run for president

Very few presidents had any chance to win. → Read More

The good, the bad and the ugly in the fight over emoluments

How to put Trump under the microscope. → Read More

Democratic voters agree with Pelosi on impeachment

They would rather beat Trump at the ballot box in 2020. → Read More

Trump can’t afford to lose his state TV

The president rails at his most important ally. → Read More

Bernie is being Bernie, and plenty of Democrats don’t like it

The Atlantic’s Edward-Isaac Dovere reports on Sen. Bernie Sanders’s hiring of an infamous left-wing attack dog: > Since December, David Sirota has, on Twitter, on his own website, and in columns in The Guardian, been trashing most of Sanders’s Democratic opponents — all without disclosing his work with Sanders — and has been pushing back on critics by saying that he was criticizing the other… → Read More

Why court-packing is a really bad idea

There are better solutions. → Read More

How to watch the primary race

The coverage of Beto O’Rourke seems to alternate between reverential treatment and searing criticism. With their candidate’s impressive 24-hour fundraising haul, O’Rourke defenders proclaimed themselves somehow vindicated — as if the wall-to-wall coverage was insufficiently flattering, and as if fundraising “proves” he is a leading contender. (Do they not recall Jeb Bush?) Everyone — the media,… → Read More

Immigration: Remember when presidents used to sound like this?

The Bush message on immigration is the right one. → Read More

How ‘Middle Class Joe’ can make a splash

He should run on the theme of fairness. → Read More

How Cory Booker and Elizabeth Warren seized their moment to shine

Two candidates with a grasp on an array of topics. → Read More

Rubin: Beto O’Rourke: Savior or slacker?

To a lot of women, and maybe some men as well, Beto O’Rourke can seem clueless if not self-absorbed. He has made a series of textbook “white privilege” utterances. “I’… → Read More