Jennifer Rubin, Washington Post

Jennifer Rubin

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Recent articles by Jennifer:

Here’s how staunch progressives can win the hearts of Never Trumpers

Reining in executive power is one way to find common ground. → Read More

Acosta is gone as Trump retreats again

Trump caves twice in a week. → Read More

Thankfully, Trump got skunked on the census

Chalk one up for the rule of law and judicial review. Give credit to Supreme Court Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. for calling out Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross for coming up with an explanation for the census question that did not match the facts (for lying, in other words). Give credit to the Justice Department lawyers who refused to lie and pursue spurious arguments in court in violation… → Read More

Acosta will have more explaining to do — if he stays

He is going to get raked over the coals. → Read More

Joe Biden’s big foreign policy speech

Touting his experience, the former vice president goes for the gravitas. → Read More

The early states are a five-way race, for now

This is a state-by-state race — and it's a dead heat so far. → Read More

Trump's census executive order would seek to defy the courts

We don't have a third branch if Trump succeeds. → Read More

Trump Republicans help Democrats yet again — this time on abortion

Democrats aren't on board with a rollback. → Read More

CNN debate rules: Mostly good. Only mostly.

Some of this will help make the debates more informative. → Read More

Acosta does himself and Trump no good

Unrepentant and unconvincing. → Read More

An important breakthrough for Hispanic voters

A Univision study should please Democrats. → Read More

How Biden gets his ‘electability’ back

He really may be the most electable. → Read More

Where the Democratic primary race stands after the first debate

A new game, but in slow motion. → Read More

Actually, Trump and his party don’t care about the kids in cages

Republicans don't feel a moral compulsion to treat them like human beings. → Read More

Eric Swalwell shows how to end a presidential run

For some politicians, their acceptance of defeat marks a high point in their careers. Former vice president Al Gore’s concession speech after the 2000 “hanging chads” debacle was one of the best — classy, responsible, patriotic and self-deprecating. (“Just moments ago, I spoke with George W. Bush and congratulated him on becoming the 43rd president of the United States. And I promised him that I… → Read More

Alexander Acosta must go

Republicans have nothing but excuses. → Read More

Women see a familiar, ghastly pattern in the Trump White House

With female victims, Trump is always on the other side. → Read More

Can’t we normalize female and non-white candidates?

When can a black female candidate be just "a candidate"? → Read More

A tremendous quarter for Elizabeth Warren

The senator is destroying the myth that she's unelectable. → Read More

How the next Democratic debate draw should work

Let's create a balanced debate. → Read More