Edward-Isaac Dovere

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Edward-Isaac Dovere is chief Washington correspondent for Politico and host of its podcast Off Message.

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Former President George W. Bush has hardly been heard from for 10 years. But today in New York, he delivered a  scathing speech  about the current state of American politics.

George W. calls out bigotry and bullying in American politics

Former President George W. Bush has hardly been heard from for 10 years. But today in New York, he delivered a scathing speech about the current state of American politics.

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"What happened."

Hillary Clinton is on a book tour, Democrats are not happy

"What happened."

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President Trump held a rally in Arizona last night. He talked about shutting down the government if Congress doesn't allocate money for the border wall.

Are Trump's rallies meant to affect policy?

President Trump held a rally in Arizona last night. He talked about shutting down the government if Congress doesn't allocate money for the border wall.

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