Jennifer Rubin, Washington Post

Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post

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Recent:
  • Washington Post
  • Winston-SalemJournal
Past:
  • The Denver Post
  • Salt Lake Tribune
  • Bangor Daily News
  • The Miami Herald
  • KCRW
  • Standard-Examiner
  • NJ.com
  • The Dallas Morning News

Recent articles by Jennifer:

The media must call out Senate Republicans’ willful ignorance

Members of the media must start asking real questions. → Read More

Republicans, think about this carefully

We know virtually all, if not all, Senate Republicans will vote to acquit President Trump. They told us up front they were going to let him off, removing even the pretense of adhering to their oaths. They told us they were unserious about their oaths not by pointing to facts or to valid legal arguments but by repeating cable TV news talking points that are irrelevant (“The House was unfair!”) or… → Read More

That is what blind loyalty to a cultlike leader looks like

Voters want facts and they think Trump did it. → Read More

The education of Chief Justice John Roberts

He's getting an earful about Trump's deceit and authoritarian abuses. → Read More

How are Senate Republicans supposed to defend their impeachment vote?

Their vote will be indefensible back home in November. → Read More

Three things to watch for in the impeachment trial

Facts, facts, will no one rid Trump of these meddlesome facts? → Read More

Democrats already have these four victories in the impeachment trial

They understand that their audience is the public. → Read More

Bernie Sanders’s attack machine comes back to haunt him

Hillary Clinton rips into her 2016 opponent. → Read More

This is when the upside-down trial can be exposed

Oh, the questions they can ask! → Read More

Trump and his Republican cronies have made three big mistakes

And they are oblivious to the consequences of their tactics. → Read More

What the House impeachment response tells us

The White House lawyers embarrass themselves. → Read More

What the media does not get about Biden

Disdain for voters is the key to the media's blind spots. → Read More

Here’s how Bloomberg could help himself, Democrats and America

Spend the next couple of weeks explaining impeachment. → Read More

The media must expose bad-faith arguments on impeachment

This is false equivalence on steroids. → Read More

Five guidelines for the House impeachment managers

The third presidential impeachment trial in the history of the republic begins on Tuesday with a dilemma for Republicans: How do they keep enough evidence out of the trial without it looking like a coverup, so they are not embarrassed to vote for acquittal? Senate Majority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) is desperate to keep out evidence and witnesses, most likely because, in his heart of… → Read More

Joe Biden is tougher than you think

The former vice president knows how to stand his ground. → Read More

Impeachment is only one wild card in the 2020 race

The race is just as fluid as it was when it started. → Read More

Republican senators have a problem, aside from impeachment

They are already in trouble back home. → Read More

Catching senators who swear a false oath red-handed

Republican senators will never be able to erase their participation in a coverup. → Read More

A government watchdog nailed Trump. Republicans cannot say no laws were broken.

The GAO finds Trump has violated the Impoundment Control Act. → Read More