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Daily Shouts
Other Projects by Former and Present Politicians
In the spirit of Barack Obama’s podcast with Bruce Springsteen, behold “Macarons with Emmanuel Macron,” “Kiss & Tell with Henry Kissinger,” and more.
By Broti Gupta and Sarah HagiMarch 23, 2021
Satire from The Borowitz Report
Ron Johnson Calls Hillary’s Absence from Insurrection Videos Suspicious
“How hard would it be for Hillary Clinton to put on some horns and fur pelts?” the Republican senator asked. “That is vintage Hillary.”
By Andy BorowitzFebruary 24, 2021
Satire from The Borowitz Report
Republicans Say It Is Unconstitutional to Hold Officials Accountable Unless They Are Hillary
“To see legal guardrails that James Madison explicitly designed for Hillary Clinton used on someone who is demonstrably not Hillary Clinton is a disgrace,” one senator said.
By Andy BorowitzJanuary 27, 2021
Daily Comment
What My Ninety-Two-Year-Old Mother and Her Cohort Have Taught Us This Election
Her generation had a more visceral understanding of what was at stake than many of us did. They had seen men like Trump before.
By Sue HalpernNovember 13, 2020
Satire from The Borowitz Report
Trump Confident He Will Defeat Hillary Clinton
“A lot of people don’t think I will beat Hillary, but they should prepare to be wrong,” the President said.
By Andy BorowitzOctober 13, 2020
Curtis Sittenfeld’s “Rodham” Offers the Catharsis of Uncomplicated Regret
The novel imagines a Hillary Clinton who manages to avoid most of the controversy that clings to her real-life counterpart.
By Nora Caplan-BrickerMay 17, 2020
Campaign Chronicles
How Milwaukee Could Decide the Next President
What may be the most downtrodden urban community in the United States has a superpower.
By Joseph O’NeillFebruary 18, 2020
The Front Row
The Unintentional Politics of Clint Eastwood’s “Richard Jewell”
Eastwood’s new film offers a political fable polished so brightly that it can reflect more or less any prejudice that a viewer brings to it.
By Richard BrodyDecember 11, 2019
Cultural Comment
The Broadway Life of Hillary Clinton
The former Presidential candidate is an avid theatregoer. But Lucas Hnath’s “Hillary and Clinton,” set during her 2008 bid, may be the only Broadway play at which Clinton is guaranteed not to show up.
By Michael SchulmanApril 25, 2019
ProfilesApril 22, 2019 Issue
Lucas Hnath Lets Actors Fight It Out Onstage
The playwright, a master at capturing duelling perspectives, takes on a notoriously complicated marriage with his new Broadway play, “Hillary and Clinton.”
By D. T. MaxApril 15, 2019
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