Marc A. Thiessen, Washington Post

Marc A. Thiessen

Washington Post

Washington, DC, United States

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Recent articles by Marc:

The Democrats’ impeachment bombshells aren’t exploding

That means they are losing. → Read More

Marc Thiessen: Evils of socialism must be taught to young people

Thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the world has changed for the better in almost every respect. → Read More

Marc Thiessen column: Incompetence is not an impeachable offense

The problem with most conspiracy theories is that they presume too much competence on the part of the conspirators. The same may be true when it comes to → Read More

Incompetence is not an impeachable offense

Wednesday’s hearings provided no new evidence that Trump had a coherent strategy for Ukraine. → Read More

Ronald Reagan’s policies helped bring down the Berlin Wall. Now he’s not even welcome there.

The least they could do is say thank you and put up a simple statue. → Read More

Dems could choose censure over impeachment of Trump

WASHINGTON — On Jan. 20, 2017, The Washington Post reported that “The effort to impeach President Donald John Trump is already underway.” Even before Trump took the oath of office… → Read More

Biden’s Iraq war walk-back is revisionist nonsense

That’s quite a record for a man running on his record of experience and judgment. → Read More

Why don’t Democrats drop impeachment and just censure Trump?

The only problem: Their ravenous base wants to brook no compromise. → Read More

Trump deserves credit for courage to order attack on IS leader

WASHINGTON — President Trump deserves credit for ordering the operation that killed Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. It was a high-risk mission that required U.S. forces to fly hundreds of miles into al-Qaeda-controlled territory to storm a heavily armed terrorist compound. If things had gone horribly wrong, Trump would have been blamed and borne […] → Read More

Marc Thiessen: Would Baghdadi be alive if Biden was president? As VP, he opposed raid that killed bin Laden

President Trump deserves credit for ordering the operation that killed Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. → Read More

Trump ordered the raid that killed Baghdadi. Would Biden have done the same?

The man who opposed the bin Laden operation criticizes the man who approved the Baghdadi operation. That's rich. → Read More

Democrats’ partisan impeachment strategy will backfire

WASHINGTON, D.C. — After dozens of House Republicans demanded access to a secure facility in the Capitol last Wednesday where House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) was preparing to depose a Pentagon official, Democrats expressed outrage at the breach of protocol. “They’re doing this because this is what the guilty do,” said Rep. Eric […] → Read More

Marc Thiessen: The partisan nature of the Democrats' impeachment inquiry will backfire

After dozens of House Republicans demanded access to a secure facility in the Capitol on Wednesday where House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., was preparing to depose a Pentagon → Read More

Marc Thiessen: The partisan nature of the Democrats' impeachment inquiry will backfire

After dozens of House Republicans demanded access to a secure facility in the Capitol on Wednesday where House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., was preparing to depose a Pentagon → Read More

Marc Thiessen: Democrats not serious about Trump impeachment – Inquiry is all about politics

People engaged in impartial investigations don't violate every precedent and standard of due process. → Read More

Democrats are violating every standard of due process. It will backfire.

The entire impeachment inquiry is a blatantly political exercise. → Read More

Marc Thiessen column: Democrats stuggle with quid pro no

It's Washington's new favorite Latin phrase: quid pro quo. On Capitol Hill, Democrats seeking to impeach the president are trying to prove that he engaged → Read More

Marc A. Thiessen | Nothing wrong with quid pro quos, depends what the quo is

WASHINGTON — It’s Washington’s new favorite Latin phrase: quid pro quo. On Capitol Hill, Democrats seeking to impeach the president are trying to prove that he engaged in a quid pro quo (“thi… → Read More

Elizabeth Warren’s lead good news for GOP

WASHINGTON, D.C. — With three polls showing her in the lead, Sen. Elizabeth Warren may soon eclipse former vice president Joe Biden as the front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination. That’s great news for Republicans, because Warren has a problem: The central message of her campaign is that the economy is working for the very […] → Read More

Marc Thiessen: US foreign aid to Ukraine and elsewhere often comes with strings attached – a quid pro quo

It seems as though the fate of the Trump presidency hangs on three Latin words. But it's not exactly true. → Read More