Henry Olsen


Trump’s Election is the Last, Best Hope to Re-Reaganize the GOP

A re-Reaganized Republican Party would, like Reagan, meld a belief in limited but forceful government action with the traditional belief in the private sector.

Obama’s Young Garden

He has planted seeds that progressives might someday harvest.

VIDEO: Henry Olsen on Donald Trump’s Presidency and the Republican Party

EPPC Senior Fellow Henry Olsen appeared on C-SPAN’s “Washington Journal” to offer his thoughts on what might happen under Donald Trump’s presidency, and what the election of Mr. Trump means for the future of conservatism and the Republican Party.

Can the Republican Party Keep Trump Democrats?

The voters Trump picked up do not fit neatly into any of the GOP’s pre-Trump factions.

For Trump Voters, There is No Left or Right

Donald Trump has won what might be the greatest “change election” in decades. Republican leaders are only now waking up to the fact that the change Trump’s voters want will end up changing the GOP, too.

AUDIO: Henry Olsen discusses “Political Foment in the USA” on Australian Radio

EPPC Senior Fellow Henry Olsen appeared on “Between the Lines” on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s Radio National to discuss the election of Donald Trump and the future of American politics.

VIDEO: Henry Olsen on AEI Election Watch: What Happened and What’s Next

EPPC Senior Fellow Henry Olsen took part in the American Enterprise Institute’s “Election Watch” panel to analyze the results and possible consequences of the 2016 election.

Behind Hillary’s Defeat: Her Pathetic Appeal to Undecided Voters

The reasons for Trump’s path to victory were hiding in plain view all along for anyone with the eyes to see.

Why I Disagree with Most National Polls: My 2016 Final Predictions

The race is not over, though Clinton is favored, but a small movement in a key state could deliver a win to Trump.

VIDEO: Henry Olsen on Trump, Brexit and the Forgotten People

EPPC Senior Fellow Henry Olsen explains how a constituency of “forgotten people” drove Donald Trump to become the Republican Party Presidential nominee, pushed Britain out of Europe and are disrupting the status quo around the globe.