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George Will: Trump Has as Much to Do with Conservatism as Doris Day

Monday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Washington Post columnist George Will commented on the state of conservatism in the time of President Donald Trump being questioned by Rep. Justin Amash (R-MI). According to Will, Trump has as much to do with conservatism

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Nolte: George Will Is an Equine’s Posterior

George F. Will is angry at Vice President Mike Pence, and when George F. Will is angry, George F. Will takes it out on his thesaurus. In just the first paragraph we are treated to the words “oleaginous,” “feral,”  “obsequiousness,” “benefactor,” “augmenting,” and “lickspittle.”

George Will, a Pulitzer Prize-winning conservative American newspaper columnist, journalist, and author is interviewed by AP writer Hillel Italie on politics, history, and life without the late William F. Buckley, at Will's office in Washington's Georgetown district, Tuesday, April 22, 2008. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

George Will: Trump Is ‘a Kind of Mistake of Nature’

Thursday on MSNBC’s “The Last Word,” Washington Post columnist George Will offered his assessment of President Donald Trump while elaborating on his latest Post column that deems Vice President Mike Pence to be “worse” than Trump. “Donald Trump is an

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George Will: Conservatives Will Turn on Trump By Mid-Summer

Tuesday on MSNBC’s “The Last Word,” Washington Post columnist George Will discussed his departure from the Republican Party and the decision by Fox News not to renew his contract as a network contributor. Will suggested some of it was attributable

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George Will: ‘Trump Has a Point’ on ‘Rigged’ Elections

Monday on Fox News Channel’s “Special Report,” Washington Post columnist George Will, who has been one of GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump’s biggest detractors throughout the 2016 presidential election cycle on the right, admitted Trump has a point when he

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George Will on Trump: I Don’t Think Americans Want an Angry President

On this weekend’s broadcast of “Fox News Sunday,” while commenting on the Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s speech to the Republican National Convention, Washington Post columnist George Will said Americans do not want an “angry president” on the TVs. Partial

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Killing Will — O’Reilly Boasts ‘I Destroyed George Will’

On this weekend’s broadcast of “CBS Sunday Morning,” Fox News Channel host Bill O’Reilly discussed his “Killing” series of books and what he attributed to their success. But as CBS’s Mo Rocca pointed out, they haven’t been without controversy. Rocca

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George Will Leaves GOP, Tells Republicans to Make Sure Donald Trump Loses

George Will, television pundit and columnist at The Washington Post, said he has left the Republican Party, and he spelled out the pro-Hillary Clinton strategy he thinks will allow the establishment Republicans to regain control of the party after this presidential election.

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