Jeet Heer

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Jeet Heer is a senior editor at the New Republic.

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The GOP controls the White House and both Houses of Congress, but that's not stopping former Trump aide Steve Bannon from fomenting a revolution.

Can Bannon topple the GOP ruling class?

The GOP controls the White House and both Houses of Congress, but that's not stopping former Trump aide Steve Bannon from fomenting a revolution.

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During the Obama administration, numerous Republicans criticized Obama for "leading from behind."

Is America retreating from the world?

During the Obama administration, numerous Republicans criticized Obama for "leading from behind."

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