The voters have placed Washington Republicans under a bright and unrelenting spotlight.
The more Trump spits on the establishment, the more he motivates disagreeable people.
Unlike Trump, the two previous Republican nominees, McCain and Romney, put Russia at the top of their list of America's adversaries and vilified Putin.
It is no surprise that some of the 2016 GOP convention speeches sounded like auditions for 2020.
Everything Trump has said and done seems contingent on his mood, making the question about what he wants to do as president all the more mystifying.
Anger at the failure to address gun control leads to a sit-in in the House that awakens memories and revives the methods of the civil rights struggle.
Ryan said, 'This party does not prey on people's prejudices. We appeal to their highest ideals. This is the party of Lincoln.' Then he caved.
When top Republicans say Trump must change his tone, they are saying they want him to conceal his true character for the duration of the election.
Former vice presidential candidate endorses Wisconsin congressman's primary challenger, Paul Nehlen.
House Speaker likely has his own future as a candidate in mind in accepting meeting after saying Trump must do more to unify the GOP.
After a Christmas truce, the Republicans are teeing up for a knock-down, drag-out brawl over the debt ceiling.