John F. Kennedy’s legacy as president is not defined by sordid affairs, and neither will Donald Trump’s be.
Ted Kennedy remains the prime example of a politician who retained forgive-anything followers after committing what should have been considered a capital crime.
Despite concluding a crime was committed during the use of state resources to target Gov. Scott Walker, Wisconsin’s Justice Department recommends no criminal charges.
Gov. Chris Christie’s ability to rise above controversy is at an end. Therein hangs a lesson for all politicians about the difference between populism and arrogance.
The resignation of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn bears more than a few disturbing similarities to a scandal that brought the Bush administration to its knees.
By now, John Dean’s pronouncements on the scandals du jour have become one of the most predictable tropes in political journalism.
The Clintons are perhaps the most adept politicians at scandal response ever. Donald Trump should not just rely on his negative branding tactic, but expose their scandal playbook.
‘There’s no evidence’ is the last refuge of a brazen criminal. I know, because two employees scammed me before destroying all the evidence, and it nearly got them off.
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