Chris Stirewalt

Chris Stirewalt is a contributing editor at The Dispatch, a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, the politics editor for NewsNation, co-host of the Ink Stained Wretches podcast, and author of Broken News, a book on media and politics.

Chris Stirewalt

You’ll Be Back, Dummies

How the former president outrages the media and wins over the anti-anti-Trumpers.

The Last Debate?

Wednesday’s contest marks the end of something.

DeSantis and Haley on Collision Course

The debate will tell us a lot about the Florida governor’s future.

An Increasingly Unsustainable Stalemate on Immigration

Democrats don’t want to talk about it. Republicans only want to talk about it.

Support for Israel Is Costing Biden. But for How Long?

One year from now, progressives might be more worried about Donald Trump than angry with the president.

Nikki Haley’s Unproven Reserves

The GOP contentender has had a good few weeks, but can she keep making gains?

Manchin’s Moment for a No Labels Relabel

A lot is up in the air for the non-party party, but having the outgoing senator raising cash and stumping for attention makes sense.

Recall or Referendum?

What the off-year election tells us about 2024.

What to Expect When You’re Electing, Off-Year Edition

Contests today in Pennsylvania, Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio, and Mississippi will give us a sneak peek at the 2024 electorate.

No Easy Out for Trump Foes

Trying to remove the former president from the ballot is folly.