Richard Wolffe is Executive Editor of msnbc.com and author of the Obama books Renegade and Revival
Republicans are out of step with a divided America. Can Barack Obama's second term heal the country?
07 November 2012 06:47 PM
There's at least one year, and possibly two, before the President's opponents call him a lame duck. That means opportunities aplenty to be a transformational president
Richard Wolffe: Mitt Romney's underwhelming performance does not fully explain Iowa's extraordinary three-way split
04 January 2012 05:50 PM
You can't blame Mitt Romney. It may be easy to be beastly to the unloved Republican presidential frontrunner. He may well look like "the guy who laid you off," as one former conservative rival quipped. He may well have spent the last four years and as many millions (with the help of anonymous supporters) going nowhere in Iowa: he gained almost exactly the same number of votes yesterday as he did in 2008.
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