Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post

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Jennifer Rubin is a conservative blogger for the Washington Post. She is a former contributing editor to Commentary magazine, a contributor to the New York Observer, a columnist for the conservative American Spectator, and the Washington DC Editor for Pajamas Media.

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President Trump and Iran’s Ayatollah brushed with armed conflict this week. Did it all begin with the U.S.

President Trump is trapped in history

President Trump and Iran’s Ayatollah brushed with armed conflict this week. Did it all begin with the U.S.

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Newly divided government could mean change in this new year… or not. House Democrats don’t always stick together--and presidential campaigns could get in the way.

Politics, the World Order and Donald Trump’s New Year

Newly divided government could mean change in this new year… or not. House Democrats don’t always stick together--and presidential campaigns could get in the way.

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The #MeToo movement began in Democratic-leaning California. Some people worry that Republican victims of sex crimes may feel uncomfortable saying “me too.”

Does #MeToo have room for Republican women?

The #MeToo movement began in Democratic-leaning California. Some people worry that Republican victims of sex crimes may feel uncomfortable saying “me too.”

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China has locked down an entire city to control the coronavirus, while President Trump has eliminated federal programs to cope with disease epidemics.

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The Senate is holding a trial on the impeachment of President Trump, who is accused by the U.S. House of abusing his power and obstructing Congress.

With Bernie Sanders leading the Democratic candidates, Republicans are reviving a political dirty word: “socialism.”

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is announcing who will present the case for impeachment in the Senate trial. Watch the press conference live.

"If you raise the bar on what's impeachable, then you end up lowering the bar on what political behavior is acceptable. ...

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Senators have been sworn in and the trial begins next week.

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Well that happened.

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The California primary is Tuesday, March 3, 2020. But voting by mail starts much sooner. More than 15 million voters in California will receive ballots in the mail, beginning Feb. 3.

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