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George F. Will

George F. Will is a conservative syndicated columnist from the Washington Post. He writes about foreign and domestic politics and policy.
George F. Will: The Democrats’ sweepstakes of frivolity

The Republican Party, whose last remaining raison d’etre is to frustrate Democrats, seems to be thinking: We are determined to lose the 2020 election in order to foil Democrats’ attempts to lose it.

George Will: Cain, Moore nominations are two more tests for Republicans to fail

Today's controversy concerns Trump's nominees to fill the two vacant seats on the Fed's seven-member board of governors, Herman Cain and Stephen Moore. Whether or not their untidy sex lives are disqualifying, a sufficient disqualification is that both are notably partisan Trump acolytes and neither has satisfactory credentials or experience.

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