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Wall Street Journal Washington bureau chief and author of the Capital Journal column. Follow my writings, posts and appearances at https://t.co/ybcLEg35ZA

In Democratic Debate, Clinton the Doer Battles Sanders the Dreamer

blogs.wsj.com — Thursday night's Democratic debate in New Hampshire was the clearest illustration yet of how the party's presidential race is now defined: It is a battle between a doer and a dreamer. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is the doer.
Feb 05, 2016

In debate, Clinton the doer battles Sanders the dreamer on.wsj.com/1T2fKQc via @GeraldFSeib (photo:Reuters) pic.twitter.com/lnnEphO650

Feb 05, 2016

In Democratic debate, Clinton the doer battles Sanders the dreamer on.wsj.com/1T2fKQc via @WSJ

Feb 05, 2016

RT @PeterNicholas3: In Democratic debate, Clinton the doer battles Sanders the dreamer on.wsj.com/1T2fKQc via @WSJ

Feb 05, 2016

In last night's Democratic debate, it was Clinton the doer versus Sanders the dreamer on.wsj.com/1T2fKQc via WSJ

Feb 05, 2016

RT @GeraldFSeib: In last night's Democratic debate, it was Clinton the doer versus Sanders the dreamer on.wsj.com/1T2fKQc via WSJ

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アイオワ党員集会は本命出遅れ、対抗馬が存在感 - WSJ

jp.wsj.com — 米大統領選の初戦となるアイオワ州党員集会が1日に行われた。共和党のテッド・クルーズ上院議員はやるべきことをやった。ドナルド・トランプ氏は、全米に衝撃を巻き起こすべく「衝撃と畏怖」をもたらすには遠く及ばなかった。マルコ・ルビオ上院議員は善戦した。一方、民主党はヒラリー・クリントン氏が一晩中、崖っぷちに立たされていた。 ...
Feb 02, 2016

WSJワシントン支局長による分析記事です。両党とも深い亀裂を伴う戦いが続きそうとのことです→アイオワ党員集会は本命出遅れ、対抗馬が存在感 on.wsj.com/1SVzHrI #米大統領選 @WSJJapan

Why Iowans Entertain Radical Messages from Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders Amid Seeming Prosperity

wsj.com — News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services.
Feb 01, 2016

Why Iowans are entertaining radical messages from Trump/Sanders despite the relatively decent economic prosperity wsj.com/articles/why-i…

Feb 01, 2016

Iowa (and national) mystery: Why do more radical message work at a time of seeming prosperity? on.wsj.com/1STvC7i via @WSJ

Feb 01, 2016

Why Iowans entertain radical ideas from Trump and Sanders amid seeming prosperity on.wsj.com/1STvC7i via @WSJ

Feb 01, 2016

RT @WSJPolitics: Why are voters in Iowa toying with radical change amid seeming prosperity? @GeraldFSeib examines the mood on.wsj.com/1Pa0YAV

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Republican Debate: Without Donald Trump, Issues Stand Out

wsj.com — Donald Trump missed Thursday night's Republican presidential debate, and a funny thing happened: A serious conversation broke out. The conversation was, among other things, about what it would take to ensure American security in a time of Islamic State terrorism, what it means to be a conservative in the mixed-up environment of 2016 and, most heatedly, about what to do with illegal immigrants.
Jan 29, 2016

Trump missed the GOP debate, and a funny thing happened: A serious conversation broke out. @GeraldFSeib explains. on.wsj.com/1PX4SwJ

Jan 29, 2016

Trump skipped and a funny thing happened: A serious debate broke out. on.wsj.com/1PX4SwJ via @WSJ

Jan 29, 2016

Love the lede of This story: Without Trump, Issues Stand Out at GOP Debate wsj.com/articles/repub…

Jan 29, 2016

RT @WSJPolitics: Without Donald Trump on the debate stage, the issues stand out on.wsj.com/1Sn4Kv4 by @GeraldFSeib

Jan 29, 2016

RT @WSJPolitics: A funny thing happened without Donald Trump at the Republican debate: A serious conversation broke out. on.wsj.com/1QJha0x

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Polarizing Primary Fights Leave Hole in Center of Presidential Race

wsj.com — News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. Party divisions mark 2016, but picture could change as the race moves to the general election It is an accepted truth in politics-one well supported by polling data-that the largest share of Americans fall neither on the ideological left nor the right, but rather somewhere in the center.
Jan 26, 2016

A polarizing primary fight leaves hole in the center of presidential race on.wsj.com/1nw5tyW

Jan 27, 2016

The primaries, like most of politics today, are leaving a hole in the political center. Will it be filled later? on.wsj.com/1nw5tyW

米大統領選、様変わりするかもしれない6つの理由 - WSJ

jp.wsj.com — 選挙が偉大だと思う理由の1つは、最終的には有権者の意思が反映されることだ。そしてそれは時に驚きに満ちたものとなり得る。  このことは心に留め置く価値がある。今のところ異様な様相を呈している今年の大統領選で、最初に民主、共和両党が投票を行うアイオワ州党員集会までちょうど1週間となったからだ。 ...
Jan 26, 2016

どの国の選挙でもそうなのかもしれませんが、まだまだドラマがありそうです→米大統領選、様変わりするかもしれない6つの理由 on.wsj.com/1VmJlBp via @WSJJapan

Six Reasons Presidential Race May Look Different in a Few Weeks

wsj.com — News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. While Donald Trump holds a big national lead among Republicans and Hillary Clinton looks strong nationally among Democrats, much can change when voters get their say.
Jan 25, 2016

Six reasons #Election2016 could look very different in a few weeks on.wsj.com/1KzX6XX via @GeraldFSeib

Jan 25, 2016

The look and feel of this presidential race can change rapidly in the next few weeks. Six reasons why: on.wsj.com/1KzX6XX via @WSJ

Jan 25, 2016

Six reasons the presidential race may look different in a few weeks on.wsj.com/1KzX6XX via @WSJ

Jan 25, 2016

Six reasons the presidential race may look different in a few weeks on.wsj.com/1KzX6XX via @WSJ

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Behind the Rise of Populism, Economic Angst

wsj.com — In Europe and the U.S., the political establishment is shaking, fringe actors are moving to center stage, parties are changing face and voters appear to be tearing themselves loose from their traditional moorings. As global political leaders gather in Davos, Washington Bureau Chief Gerald F. Seib explores.

大統領選で浮き彫りになった米国民の単純化志向 - WSJ

jp.wsj.com — 11月の米大統領選に向け民主、共和両党の候補が行った最近の討論会は、米国民の一つの側面を厳然と映し出した。複雑化する問題に単純な答えを求めたがる傾向だ。 ...
Jan 18, 2016

大統領選で浮き彫りになった米国民の単純化志向 on.wsj.com/1V3BkBd 選挙運動では、複雑な問題に対して単純明快な答えを探すことがありがちで、その傾向は常に予備選挙の方が強い、と記事を書いたワシントン支局長は指摘しています。@WSJJapan

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Feb 05, 2016

Another new question arises: Will Trump pay a price for openly using obscenities in rallies and speeches? cbsnews.com/news/donald-tr…

Feb 05, 2016

In last night's Democratic debate, it was Clinton the doer versus Sanders the dreamer on.wsj.com/1T2fKQc via WSJ

Feb 04, 2016

Riders fleeing #metro paralyzed red line. An all-too-familiar refrain

Feb 04, 2016

An excellent look at Rand Paul and how the man and the moment didn't connect, from @hookjan. on.wsj.com/1PCglWl via @WSJ

Feb 03, 2016

Bit of an oversimplification here, but the rise of #ISIS probably doomed Rand Paul's candidacy.

Feb 02, 2016

So, because this is America, this exists, and if you ask for it you can get it: twitter.com/tvtime44/statu…


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