The lesson of Trump so far: Republicans can’t govern.

The Republican Party Is Incapable of Governing

The Republican Party Is Incapable of Governing

Getting to know the real Donald Trump.
Sept. 14 2017 9:58 AM

The Party That Can’t Govern

Donald Trump is governing like a Republican—and so far the Republicans have proved incapable of governing.

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Jamelle Bouie talks to Julia Azari, a professor of political science at Marquette University, about Trump’s relationship with the GOP and why the Republicans can’t govern.

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Jamelle Bouie is Slates chief political correspondent.