[T]hose two words ... behind which [Trump] defends himself from any accusation.
If all goes well for the Republicans, there will be the possibility that what until now has been unthinkable may be a possibility. Trump may serve another four years after winning the White House again in 2020.
[W]ith this nomination Trump is protecting himself.
[Trump] has turned the daily grind of the White House into something akin to a reality show.
I've met men who are just like Kavanaugh was because I've had them in my classroom ... arrogantly claiming ... every inch of public space.
Even Ted Kennedy's children and nephews felt a degree of resentment toward him: 'He didn’t measure up to Uncle Bobby,' they would say.
It may sound apocalyptic, but the problem of this apparent crisis of mature democracies is that we do not fully understand the risks we are facing.
The partial triumph of his demands reaffirms his policy of threatening first, then imposing tariffs, then negotiating after a process of intimidation.
Sexism, like homophobia, is populism’s calling card.