The cost ballooned from $12 million to $92 million according to CNBC reporting.
The most significant reason is one Trump’s not likely to be worried about.
Trump claims that his appearances demoralize Democrats. They . . . do not.
Ten Trump critics face new scrutiny from the administration.
How the economy is objectively faring is perceived mostly subjectively.
An estimated 12.1 million Republicans think interference in 2018 wouldn’t be a problem at all.
Tim Pawlenty’s not wrong about the change in his party, though it may not explain his loss.
The bad math behind Sarah Huckabee Sanders’s totally incorrect jobs numbers.
Quinnipiac University poll data reveals an interesting split.
More black Americans are working now than in January 2017 — but Trump hasn’t outperformed Obama on that metric by a long shot.
It’s not bots. It’s new users.
Part showmanship, part risk aversion.
In the first minutes of the first debate, Trump was asked to explain himself on the matter.
Assessing census and jobs data to get a sense for where America stands.
Trump’s polling can look like Nixon’s in the big picture — but less so in the details.
Omarosa was mean, bad at her job and skipped meetings — but she praised Trump.
The president seemingly can’t help but “all sides” racial issues.
There’s more churn in the world of Trump voters than we often assume.
Only in February was a higher percentage of Trump’s tweets about the Russia investigation.
Asked to defend Trump’s presidency on Jimmy Kimmel, West was silent.