Peter Wehner

VIDEO: Peter Wehner Discusses the Latest on the Trump Administration on MSNBC

EPPC Senior Fellow Peter Wehner discussed the latest news on the Trump administration, including the President’s relationship with Russia, on MSNBC Live.

VIDEO: Peter Wehner discusses Trump’s motivations on Russia on CBS News

EPPC Senior Fellow Peter Wehner appeared on the CBS Evening News to discuss concerns about the nature of President Trump’s relationship with Russia and Vladimir Putin.

VIDEO: Peter Wehner and Melody Barnes on “Donald Trump and the American Dream”

EPPC Senior Fellow Peter Wehner appeared alongside Melody Barnes, a former advisor to President Obama, as part of the “American Forum” series presented by the University of Virginia’s Miller Center.

VIDEO: Peter Wehner on C-SPAN on the GOP and President Trump

EPPC Senior Fellow Peter Wehner appeared on C-SPAN’s “Washington Journal” to discuss the Trump administration’s agenda and the future of the Republican Party.

Why I Cannot Fall in Line Behind Trump

For Mr. Trump, nothing is sacred. The truth is malleable, instrumental, subjective. It is all about him.

Eight Was Enough

In many ways Barack Obama and Donald Trump could not be more different. Yet one cannot make sense of the incoming presidency without understanding the failures of the outgoing one.

Obama’s Attack on Israel

That Barack Obama would exit his presidency with one final betrayal of Israel is a shameful act by the most relentlessly anti-Israeli president in American history.

Humanizing Jesus

The Son of God became not just the author of the human drama but an actor in it.

VIDEO: Peter Wehner on Moderation and the Trump Era on “Morning Joe”

EPPC Senior Fellow Peter Wehner appeared on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” to discuss his recent New York Times column on political moderation, and why that ancient virtue is especially important in the era of Donald Trump.

Moderation is Not a Dirty Word

In a poisonous political culture, when moderation is precisely the treatment we need to cleanse America’s civic toxins, it invariably becomes synonymous with weakness, lack of conviction and timidity.