John McCormack

John McCormack is a senior editor at The Dispatch and is based in Washington, D.C. Prior to joining the company in 2023, he was Washington correspondent at National Review and a senior writer at The Weekly Standard. When John is not reporting on politics and policy, he is probably enjoying life with his wife in northern Virginia or having fun visiting family in Wisconsin.

John McCormack

CPAC 2024 Presents a Vision of a Second Trump Administration

The former president modifies his revenge-seeking rhetoric.

Ahead of South Carolina, Haley Supporters Remain Steadfast

Plus: Nevada’s Sam Brown attempts a balancing act on abortion policy.

The 2024 Battle for the Senate Takes Shape

Democrats’ path to keeping their Senate majority has become more challenging in recent days.

Trump Secured the 2024 GOP Nomination Three Years Ago Today

A look back at the failed impeachment vote that paved the way for a Trump redux.

Lankford Hates His Job

The flagship has spoken.

‘Chaotic and Puzzling’: The Implosion of the Border Deal

Plus: Despite the odds, Nikki Haley’s campaign ramps up for Super Tuesday.

Is a Congressional Deal on Immigration and Ukraine Funding Dead?

A bill to stem the tide of illegal immigration may pass the Senate, but its chances in the House look increasingly slim.

Can We Call It Quits?

And: politics vs. football.

What Does Nikki Haley Have to Lose?

Her odds are slim, but Donald Trump’s lone GOP rival is sticking it out and having fun.

For Nikki Haley, on to South Carolina

Plus: A Joe Biden abortion rally turns into a pro-Palestinian protest.