Diplomat revealed what Trump is willing to do while putting his interests above the nation's.
The U.S. envoy to Ukraine's account may accelerate the impeachment inquiry. Hear the "Playing Politics" analysis from WCCO Radio's Chad Hartman and the Star Tribune Editorial Board's Scott Gillespie and John Rash.
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Those overseeing the field have a high-minded approach to relatively low ambitions.
It's one way among several that our country has normalized instability.
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Some might argue that it makes sense to pursue an informed consensus on the most cost-effective approach for an individual. That's not what is happening.
Mark Zuckerberg's instinct to err on the side of allowing people and groups to post what they want is correct.
Democratic members of Congress called Clinton's impeachment a "lynching," but outcry didn't follow. Some theories as to why.
Four more years of Trump will ruin us. Don't Republicans get it?
The questions raised by the Star Tribune's editorial are based on inaccurate information.
All I want is a few days without finger-pointing and lying.
But with each new entry he's at risk of alienating the allies he needs.