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Who Really Writes Trump's Speeches? The White House Won't Say

Columns and commentary from the "New York" and Daily Intelligencer political teams, plus breaking news from New York and around the world.
January 30, 2018
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Who Really Writes Trump’s Speeches? The White House Won’t Say

The administration is oddly tight-lipped about who is crafting the State of the Union. Sources say it’s because Trump hates sharing credit.

Amazon Should Not Be in Charge of Solving Our Health-Care Crisis

Democratically unaccountable private actors shouldn’t be responsible for performing the state’s traditional functions. But, increasingly, they are.

Idaho Tries Bold Gambit: Ignoring Obamacare Rules

It’s unclear whether the Trump administration and insurers will go along with this blatant effort to sabotage Obamacare by state executive order.

ICE Deports Palestinian Man After 38 Years in U.S.

The agency’s capriciousness and cruelty were on full display throughout this case.

The Eternal Recurrence of Dennis Kucinich, Candidate for Office

Yes, he’s back. In this incarnation he’s a Fox Democrat running for governor of Ohio.

What to Expect From Trump’s 2018 State of the Union Address

Infrastructure and immigration proposals, an audience filled with people Trump wronged or insulted, and possibly one secretly furious First Lady.

House Republicans Vote to #ReleaseTheMemo Republicans Wrote to Discredit Russia Probe

Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee decided a Democratic memo rebutting their claims should remain under wraps.

Trump Keeps Throwing Tantrums When He Remembers He Isn’t a Dictator

New reports suggest that whenever the Justice Department reminds Trump that it is not his private detective service, he flips out.

Abolish the State of the Union Address

Trump might be just the president to kill off this dumb tradition in favor of a military parade or an evening of tweets.

The GOP House Exodus Continues: New Jersey’s Frelinghuysen Retiring

Facing the toughest challenge of his career, the scion of one of America’s longest political dynasties is headed for the exit.

Misspelled State of the Union Ticket Brightens Everyone’s Day

Surprisingly, the White House was not responsible for the error.

Donald Trump’s Presidency Is the Libertarian Moment

Atlas Thugged.

Ravi Ragbir Doesn’t Want to Be a Symbol

The immigration-rights activist faces his own deportation. His case will be front and center at Trump’s first State of the Union address.

Ted Cruz Raised Less Money Than His Democratic Challenger Last Quarter

Beto O’Rourke took in $2.4 million last quarter — without taking a cent from corporate PACs.

GOP Tinkering With Medicaid Could Tempt Red States to Expand Coverage

An apparently unintended consequence.

FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe Opts for Early Retirement

Donald Trump asked McCabe to tell him who he voted for in 2016. When McCabe refused, Trump asked for him to be fired.


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