New York Times Columnists Gail Collins and Bret Stephens Talk About How the Political Winds Are Blowing

From a conversation between New York Times columnists Gail Collins and Bret Stephens headlined “The Political Winds Are Blowing. And Blowing. And Blowing.”:

Gail Collins: Bret, I think we’ve got good fighting topics this week, but let me start with a rather mellow question.

Presidential primaries already in the news! How do you feel about Joe Biden’s push to make South Carolina the first state to vote on the Democratic side? Certainly driving Iowa crazy ….

From a Conversation Between New York Times Columnists Gail Collins and Bret Stephens Headlined “You Cannot Be Too Cynical About Trump—or His Imitators”

From a conversation between New York Times columnists Gail Collins and Bret Stephens headlined “You Cannot Be Too Cynical About Trump (or His Imitators)”:

Bret Stephens: Hi, Gail. Any plans to hop a flight to Martha’s Vineyard?

Gail Collins: Gee, Bret, I think the Vineyard folks have had enough unexpected guests for a while. But I really was impressed by how gracious they were to the immigrant families that Gov. Ron DeSantis shipped there.

Bret: It’s a shame for the Venezuelan migrants that they weren’t on the Vineyard for long, because the community there is extraordinarily generous.