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Charlie Sykes

MSNBC columnist Charlie Sykes is founder and editor-at-large of the Bulwark and host of "The Bulwark Podcast." His most recent book, "How the Right Lost Its Mind," was published in October 2017.

MSNBC columnist Charlie Sykes is founder and editor-at-large of the Bulwark and host of "The Bulwark Podcast." His most recent book, "How the Right Lost Its Mind," was published in October 2017.

Latest from Charlie Sykes

21d ago

Arizona election audit fever spreads to Pennsylvania as Trump's Big Lie gains ground

The attack on our democracy is ongoing. And January 6 may have merely been a rehearsal for something even worse.
30d ago

Kevin McCarthy has chosen bigotry over truth. And the GOP is following his lead.

GOP 'leader' McCarthy's collapse into spinelessness in the face of bigotry is truly sad.
56d ago

Trump's August election reinstatement theory is even worse than it looks

Trump’s embrace of this new, delusional conspiracy shows how the right’s doom loop of craziness works.
77d ago

Republican former officials' anti-Trump manifesto may be tilting at windmills

Letting go is hard, but it’s time say goodbye to this GOP. Even if it means that some of us will find ourselves in the political wilderness.
91d ago

The Tea Party's silence on Biden highlights Trump's lasting impact

While Republicans predictably denounce the spending and toss out vague references to “socialism,” there is no grassroots push back.
121d ago

Trump immigration architect Stephen Miller wants the media to rehab his image

In a rational and healthy polity, Miller would be regarded as a pariah, not a source or a pundit.
137d ago

Yelling "cancel culture" won't erase Sen. Ron Johnson's racist comments

For someone being silenced, we sure are hearing a lot from Ron Johnson.
173d ago

Trump's lies lead to impeachment. Here's a guide to some of his biggest.

Trump drained the truth from the GOP. Republicans stood by and let it happen.
187d ago

Rubio believes presidents like Trump are above the law

Marco Rubio still thinks holding Trump accountable is more polarizing than Trump’s actual behavior.
199d ago

Trump's coup was foiled by key Republicans — but their ranks are shrinking

Trump’s campaign of denial was abetted by his fellow Republicans. What will they do next?
233d ago

Trump's bullying campaign is working. This lawsuit is trying to fight back.

Chris Krebs contends that Trump’s threats are central to the campaign to deter Republicans from breaking with the president.