Larry and a political roundtable parse the latest flurry of news stories, from former Trump campaign director Paul Manafort's total resignation from the campaign, to Donald Trump's apparent tonal change on the campaign trail.
The world of GOP intellectuals and policymakers has been upended by Donald Trump. What is there to do but carry on? For us to continue writing great stories, we need to display ads. Please select the extension that is blocking ads. Please follow the steps below
An insurgent candidate inspired by the Republican nominee fails to lay a finger on House Speaker Paul Ryan in Wisconsin. Thus, even though Trump was technically on Ryan's side, Nehlen's candidacy was a test of whether there's actually a latent constituency in the GOP base for a Trumpist ideology of populist nationalism.
Representative Tim Huelskamp's loss shows that the business lobby is successfully fighting back against GOP conservatives. For us to continue writing great stories, we need to display ads. Please select the extension that is blocking ads. Please follow the steps below Molly Ball is a staff writer at The Atlantic, where she covers U.S.
For us to continue writing great stories, we need to display ads. Please select the extension that is blocking ads. The Atlantic 's Molly Ball explores Hillary Clinton's image of composure in the midst of a troubled country. About This Series Voices and ideas about politics by The Atlantic.
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They discussed the enthusiasm and volume of Bernie Sanders supporters/ Ball said that while the Bernie Or Bust crowd are always going to be defined by their angry fringe, there is clearly a softer core that is persuadable. She added that the protests call into question where the enthusiasm lies, with Sanders supporters.
The Democratic chairwoman had few supporters-but clung to her post for years, abetted by the indifference of the White House. For us to continue writing great stories, we need to display ads. Please select the extension that is blocking ads.
We are live from Philadelphia and the Democratic National Convention. Looking at Hillary Clinton's challenge this week and the Democrats' own unity issue after the latest WikiLeaks splash. Laura Meckler , covering the Democratic Party in the 2016 presidential race for The Wall Street Journal.
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