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Cameron Joseph is VICE News' award-winning senior political reporter. He covers the modern Republican Party, elections, voting rights, and threats to democracy. He also writes for the Almanac of American Politics.
The GOP’s State of the Union Response Was Pure Rage
Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ furious, culture-warrior response matched the petty disruptions Republicans made during President Biden’s speech.
What it's Like When Ron DeSantis Takes Over Your College
Students at Florida’s tiny New College are alarmed by Gov. Ron DeSantis’ hostile takeover—and worry who his next targets will be.
GOP Megadonors Are Coming for Trump
The Club for Growth and Koch network, two of the most powerful groups on the right, are both coming for Trump.
The GOP Takes Revenge on Ilhan Omar
“Do not insult our intelligence by suggesting this is about antisemitism,” California Democrat Adam Schiff said before the vote.
Tyre Nichols’ Killing Likely Won’t Spur Congress To Pass Police Reform
House Republican leaders have barely said a word about potential police reform legislation since news of Tyre Nichols’s death at the hands of police.
Trump Copies DeSantis, Wants to Save Schools From ‘Pink-Haired Communists’
Gov. Ron DeSantis is already waging an all out culture war on education, and Trump wants in.
The Classified Document Scandal Is Even Dumber Than You Think
“It’s a ridiculous system that’s not fit for purpose anymore,” one State Department official told VICE News.
The MyPillow Guy’s Fake Campaign For RNC Chair Is a Real Disaster
Mike Lindell told VICE News he'll admit defeat if he loses on Friday, making it the first time in a while he's accepted an election result.
Trump Announces 2024 Presidential Bid Days After Costing GOP the Midterms
“In order to make America great and glorious again I am tonight announcing my candidacy for president of the United States,” said Trump.
Election Deniers Got Thrashed in the Midterm Elections
It looks like every election-denying secretary of state candidate backed by former President Donald Trump will lose their swing-state elections.
‘Complete Bloodbath’: What Just Happened in Florida?
Florida didn’t have a red wave, it had a red tsunami.
A Red Wave Didn’t Give Republicans the House But Gerrymandering Probably Will
The 2022 election turned out to be a draw. But Republicans won the redistricting wars—and it'll likely give them the House.