Ana Marie Cox

political columnist and host of the podcast “With Friends Like These”

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Ana Marie Cox is the host of the podcast With Friends Like These from Crooked Media. She is a former columnist for the New York Times MagazineDaily Beast and the Guardian US. She is the founding editor of the blog, Wonkette.

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Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren officially ended her presidential bid. Long before the first debates and voting began in Iowa, Warren was the frontrunner in the race.

Elizabeth Warren withdraws from presidential race. What happened?

Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren officially ended her presidential bid. Long before the first debates and voting began in Iowa, Warren was the frontrunner in the race.

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Democrats are at a crossroads now that the Mueller report is out.

After Mueller report, should Democrats push for impeachment or focus on 2020 race?

Democrats are at a crossroads now that the Mueller report is out.

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