Magazine June 25, 2018, Issue

The Week

(Roman Genn)

• Tensions are high, conflict threatens to flare up again at any moment, but let’s hope the situation between the White House and the Philadelphia Eagles can be resolved peacefully.

• Republicans continue to make progress in the polls, with oddsmakers seeing gains in the Senate and the possibility of retaining the House. They are aided by a strong economy; accomplishments that have allayed the doubts many conservatives had about President Trump; and the Democrats’ continued march to the left, which in recent weeks has had them, for example, making a federal case out of the harshness of Trump’s language about

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The Week

Tensions are high, conflict threatens to flare up, but let’s hope the situation between the White House and the Philadelphia Eagles can be resolved peacefully.
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Fair as Feck

To remind her audience that they were good people and so that they could applaud her bravery, Samantha Bee called the president’s daughter a “feckless c***.”

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