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National Politics|By Amy Walter, March 9, 2017

Stuff just got real here in Washington. With the introduction of the Obamacare repeal/replace legislation (the American Health Care Act) we are now going to finally find out if an ideologically flexible president who lacks a core governing philosophy (or governing experience) can get an ideologically diverse party with little experience in political power to pass his agenda. At first...

National Politics|By Charlie Cook, November 22, 2016

At least half of Washington and plenty of people beyond the Beltway are taking a crash course in Donald Trump, trying to better understand the most unconventional President-elect this country has ever seen. One of the more interesting insights I’ve come across was in a Sept. 23 article for The Atlantic by Salena Zito, who observed that “the press takes him [Trump] literally, but not seriously,...

National Politics|By Charlie Cook, November 15, 2016

If there is a contradiction in Tuesday’s presidential-election results, it’s that Americans desperately wanted change even as they felt things seemed to be changing too fast. Donald Trump didn’t get elected because voters saw him as a safe choice. When exit polls asked whether they felt Trump and Hillary Clinton were qualified to be president, 52 percent said Clinton was and 47 percent said she...

National Politics |By Charlie Cook, November 8, 2016

This story was originally published on nationaljournal.com on November 4, 2016

National Politics|By Amy Walter, November 3, 2016

A tightening race nationally has also translated into tightening at the state level. States that were trending Trump’s way in September started to slip away from him in early October. Now, with the focus more on Clinton’s emails than on Trump’s debate performances or his Twitter spats, states like Iowa and Ohio are moving back in Trump’s direction.

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Charlie Cook is Editor and Publisher of the Cook Political Report and a political analyst for National Journal magazine, where he writes a twice weekly column. Charlie is considered one of the nation's leading authorities on American politics and U.S. elections.
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