Both parties stand to lose.
Former foreign policy grandees Ben Rhodes and Sam Power defended their old boss’ legacy earlier this week, to conservative ire, as the White House weighs shuttering the Iran deal.
A senior administration official indicated Tuesday that the president will pursue a hardline immigration agenda, even in the face of government shutdown.
The death of “Trumpism without Trump” seems greatly exaggerated.
In this year and beyond, when it comes to U.S. foreign policy, consider focusing on the signal—not the noise.
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