Florida’s governor has elbowed his way to the front of the line of 2024 Republican hopefuls by leveraging a brand of “competent Trumpism” (as one ally put it) and hitting back at critics of his pandemic leadership.
A gathering of Republican leaders and top donors in Florida this weekend is less a reset of priorities and more a reminder of the tensions that Donald J. Trump instills in his party.
Mike Pence. Mike Pompeo. Rick Scott. They share big ambitions, but one name hovers above them all …
The Conservative Political Action Conference, made up largely of far-right Trump supporters, held two 2024 presidential straw polls. Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida won one that did not include Mr. Trump.
At an annual gathering of conservatives, devotees of Donald J. Trump pledged their fealty to him and issued grave warnings about the political left.
Good luck with that.
On the impeachment front, it was an exciting — if sometimes perplexing — weekend.
Although the former United Nations ambassador calibrated her comments, her sharp criticism represented a departure from other Republicans who are believed to be considering running for president in 2024.
The names of Lara Trump, Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump Jr. and others have been floated as potential political candidates. Here’s what we know about the chances they could run and their considerations.
Many Republican leaders and strategists want to prepare the party for a post-Trump future. But the pro-Trump voter base has other ideas.
The junior senator from Missouri drew widespread condemnation but defended his decision to object to Congress’s certification of the election results.
Some reasons to doubt a theory that’s shared by liberals and Trump supporters alike.
With the future of Iowa’s first-in-the-nation Democratic caucuses in jeopardy, the state party sought to shift blame for a breakdown that delayed results for days after the Feb. 3 contest.
The president is eying a comeback in 2024 aimed at making him the only person other than Cleveland to win another term after losing the White House.
Biden soared among crucial suburban voters. Democrats? Not so much.
When Capital Letters Ruled the Earth.
Ronna McDaniel, a close ally of President Trump, wants to remain head of the Republican National Committee, worrying party members who believe the president will try to use the group to keep control of the G.O.P.
There is no grand strategy. President Trump is simply trying to survive from one news cycle to the next.
If President Trump announces he will run again in 2024, his vice president’s plans could be derailed.
The PAC could accept donations from an unlimited number of people and spend to benefit other candidates, allowing the president to retain influence in a party remade largely in his image.
Her challenger had collected $10 million, but Ms. Ocasio-Cortez still coasted to an easy win, creating speculation about her future political ambitions.
Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris met in a face-off that was more civil than the unruly presidential event but featured sharp exchanges over the virus, China policy, job creation and health care.
What happens to Trumpism if Trump loses? If Biden blows it, will the Democrats turn to their left?
No sitting secretary of state has addressed a national political convention in at least 75 years.
Mr. Biden has hinted that he might serve only one term if he wins. That would set up a woman as the front-runner for 2024 and perhaps define the Democratic agenda for the next decade.