At home in Washington DC with David Frum, who coined the phrase “axis of evil”. From the carriage house where he and his wife, fellow Canadian and conservative columnist Danielle Crittenden, live and run FrumForum, he reveals whether or not he was sacked from the American Enterprise Institute, the leading conservative think tank. He shows Annie Maccoby Berglof around his house and tells her about his mother, the Canadian broadcaster Barbara Frum, whose image appeared on a set of the country’s postage stamps.
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Walker falls victim to deep Republican rift
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David Frum has written a wickedly funny tale about the coruscating yet corrupting culture of Washington politics
Donald trumps Mitt in bearing gifts for Barack
Anyone wondering if there is well-concealed method behind the Romney campaign’s continued fraternisation with Donald Trump should watch the following video. Compiled by a Democratic group after Mr Trump’s return foray into “birtherism” this week, it shows what a whopper of a gift the tycoon presents to the Obama campaign. The ad ends with a clip of Mr Romney’s declaration that he likes “to be able to fire people who provide me with services”. The man with the perfect hair should start by firing the man with the imperfect hair.
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