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The man who couldn't win a GOP primary on his home turf as an incumbent is polling at just 4%—though even that is better than Bill Weld.
If Mark Sanford wants to run a presidential campaign on restraining federal spending, he's in the wrong party.
A new book gives insight into Amash's breakup with the Republican Party, which was well underway before Amash said Trump should face impeachment proceedings.
The libertarian-leaning Republican was unseated after criticizing, among several things, the president's poor grasp of the Constitution.
Departing congressman warns against populism, "cult of personality," "post-truth" politics, and a government spending addiction that threatens to drive the American civilization "extinct."
A handful of primary races and runoffs in seven states hold a national significance.
The incident says a lot of things about the president's character, none of them good.
The Trump-ening of the Republican Party continues apace. Sanford had criticized Trump for, among other things, saying the constitution had an Article XII.