Stirewalt on Politics
Chris Stirewalt, a political news veteran, uses his decades of experience to provide context (and some humor) when explaining what happened this week in national politics.
And what will loyal but non-MAGA voters do?
Today’s primary will reveal if voters are growing weary of the outrages of Trump and Trumpism.
Progressive activists in Michigan are mounting a write-in campaign for ‘uncommitted.’
Special counsel Robert Hur says the quiet part out loud.
South Carolina may be less dramatic this time for the incumbent, but it will still matter.
Keep an eye on economic growth.
Trump the man has seldom been worse, but his team is running a masterful campaign.
A low-turnout caucus? I’m in love.
Try as he might, Donald Trump can’t erase the sacking of the Capitol from Americans’ minds.
Congratulations to our first-ever Cutline of the Year honoree.
Vivek Ramaswamy is a lousy presidential candidate but he's feeding the base what it wants to hear.
How the former president outrages the media and wins over the anti-anti-Trumpers.
The debate will tell us a lot about the Florida governor’s future.
The GOP contentender has had a good few weeks, but can she keep making gains?
What the off-year election tells us about 2024.
Trying to remove the former president from the ballot is folly.