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President Donald Trump speak to the media on August 10, 2017, at Trump's Bedminster National Golf Club in New Jersey before a security briefing.

Donald Trump Wins Round One with North Korea

The situation remains unstable, and could escalate. But Trump’s rhetoric is not, as former Obama adviser Susan Rice claims, the problem. In fact, it is part of the solution. It has, at the very least, restored some of our deterrence.

How Trump’s Tweets Actually Help His Agenda

The conventional wisdom in the media, and even among many conservatives, is that President Donald Trump’s tweets are frustrating his policy agenda. But the opposite is true: his most controversial tweets are helping him.

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What Trump Has Achieved Through the (Not) #MuslimBan

As the tumult continues over President Donald Trump’s executive order restricting travel from terror-prone nations — what the left is calling, incorrectly, the “Muslim ban” — few seem to have noticed that Trump has made several strategic gains.

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Analysis: Why Donald Trump Will Win the Next Two Debates

As this author predicted, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton won the first presidential debate on Monday night, but without knocking Donald Trump out of the race. The good news for Trump fans is the Republican nominee is likely to win the next two debates.

Cruz Confirms Kasich Alliance to Deny Trump 1,237 Delegates

The day after news broke that the presidential campaigns of Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Ohio Gov. John Kasich agreed to split their efforts between Indiana on the one hand and Oregon and New Mexico on the other, Cruz confirmed that the two campaigns indeed “had conversations” and agreed to the strategy to divide and prevent GOP frontrunner Donald Trump from securing the nomination before the Republican National Convention.

Trump Campaign Aims To Win New Voters, Alienated Voters

Donald Trump seems to be attracting new, or formerly disgruntled, voters into the Republican primary. The impact of this phenomenon will vary by state, depending on unique voting rules, but it could propel Trump to securing the nomination must faster than many folks expect.

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