Rich Galen

Mullings.com

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Rich Galen is the publisher of the on-line newsletter Mullings.com. A former Republican strategist, he served as a communications strategist for then-House Speaker Newt Gingrich and as a campaign strategist for Fred Thompson's unsuccessful 2008 presidential bid.

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The GOP has been too divided to enact its program, despite majorities on Capitol Hill.  How long can it remain united in support of President Trump?

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The GOP has been too divided to enact its program, despite majorities on Capitol Hill.  How long can it remain united in support of President Trump?

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Senator Ted Cruz’s non-endorsement speech last night is yet another example of a convention that has not quite gone according to plan.

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Senator Ted Cruz’s non-endorsement speech last night is yet another example of a convention that has not quite gone according to plan.

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In a rare  speech  from the oval office last night, President Obama tried to bolster the morale of Americans.

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In a rare speech from the oval office last night, President Obama tried to bolster the morale of Americans.

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