Dana Milbank

Washington Post

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Dana Milbank is a political columnist and former national political reporter for the Washington Post. He is the author of Homo Politicus: The Strange and Scary Tribes that Run Our Government and Tears of a Clown: Glenn Beck and the Tea Bagging of America

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A balanced look at George H.W.

Remembering George H.W. Bush

A balanced look at George H.W.

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When he spoke to Congress this week, the President began by denouncing incidents of bigotry and intolerance.

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When he spoke to Congress this week, the President began by denouncing incidents of bigotry and intolerance.

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Last Friday’s October surprise  by FBI Director James Comey hasn’t helped Donald Trump or damaged Hillary Clinton… at least so far.

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Last Friday’s October surprise by FBI Director James Comey hasn’t helped Donald Trump or damaged Hillary Clinton… at least so far.

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