Max Boot

It’s not with the Republican grassroots, Max Boot argued in The Washington Post.
“Fox is poisoning the minds of millions of Americans,” Washington Post columnist Max Boot wrote of the conservative network's anniversary.
Max Boot reality-checked Republicans with what their party has become.
Max Boot flipped a Benjamin Franklin quote on Republicans to highlight their reluctance to tackle the major issues of the day.
"I hope I am being overly alarmist. I really do," Max Boot wrote in The Washington Post.
"He is actually trying to do his job rather than simply drawing attention to himself," Max Boot wrote of Biden in his column for The Washington Post.
Max Boot nailed the irony of Carlson's anti-immigrant screeds in his opinion piece for The Washington Post.
The Fox News personality "is peddling lunatic conspiracy theories that endanger people’s lives and shred our social fabric," wrote Max Boot for The Washington Post.
Conservative Washington Post columnist Max Boot said they "seem to have instantly forgotten" the "looney lies" of the former president.
"There is not enough space in this newspaper to chronicle all of Pompeo’s falsehoods," Max Boot wrote in The Washington Post.
“There is certainly worse to come," Max Boot warned in The Washington Post.
The Trump era "might represent only a middle chapter in the Republican Party’s transformation ... into an authoritarian party," warned Max Boot in The Washington Post.
"The conclusion is simple if disheartening: Demagoguery and dishonesty work," Max Boot wrote in The Washington Post.
Max Boot lamented the Republican Party's descent "into collective madness" in his column for The Washington Post.
“We are better than this. Aren’t we?" asked Max Boot of The Washington Post.
“What are they thinking?” Max Boot of The Washington Post asked of Trump's supporters.
"Trump’s entire presidency has been an affront to what conservatives used to think their movement was all about," wrote Max Boot of The Washington Post.
“Winter is coming, yet Trump and his acolytes continue with their nonsensical words and acts," Max Boot wrote in The Washington Post.
Max Boot said the president could force an "electoral crisis" if the results are close.
“We are living — and now dying — in an idiocracy of our own creation," said The Washington Post's Max Boot.