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The Russian Connections

by Hannah Gais | Mar 21, 2017 | Election 2016, Foreign Policy, Politics

…d fair manner, it is safe to say this brand of interference could become a long-term problem.   Hannah Gais is associate digital editor at The Washington Spectator….

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Trump’s Intelligence Deficit

by Hannah Gais | Feb 16, 2017 | Politics

…continues to wage war with the intelligence establishment—it is how far he is willing to go.   Hannah Gais is associate digital editor at The Washington Spectator….

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A Women’s March for All?

by Hannah Gais | Jan 26, 2017 | Politics

…my body, my choice”—immediately rushed in. If a detente was meant to be, now wasn’t the time.   Hannah Gais is associate digital editor at The Washington Spectator….

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A Beer Hall Putsch in an Italian Restaurant

by Hannah Gais | Dec 6, 2016 | Election 2016

…r walking across the room to our table. “Hannah Gais . . .” I replied, hesitatingly. “Yes, you’ve been to a few of these before,” he noted. A few of the surrounding attendees glanced over as he verified that I had, in fact, purchased a ticket and had…

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Rumble in the Alt-Right Thunderdome

by Hannah Gais | Aug 26, 2016 | Election 2016, Politics

…couldn’t exist without the GOP. Trump, after all, has merely provided it with a rallying cry.   Hannah Gais is associate digital editor at The Washington Spectator….

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