Peter Wehner


The Malignant Cruelty of Donald Trump

The president is defaming the memory of a woman who died nearly 20 years ago—and inflicting pain upon her family today.

Jonathan Haidt Is Trying to Heal America’s Divisions

The psychologist shares his thoughts on the pandemic, polarization, and politics.

VIDEO: Peter Wehner Discusses Trump, Media, Coronavirus on CNN’s Reliable Sources

EPPC Senior Fellow Peter Wehner appeared on CNN’s Reliable Sources to discuss President Trump’s relationship with the media and his response to the coronavirus.

Evangelicals: A Review

A new anthology puts evangelicalism within a historical context, helping readers appreciate its rich, complicated history.

The President Is Unraveling

Americans are facing not just a conventional presidential election in 2020 but also, and most important, a referendum on reality and epistemology.

The Party of the Aggrieved

Whether or not the Republican Party can recover from the Trump years depends in part on how the Trump story ends.

‘I Feel Like I’m Handing Out Life Jackets of Hope in a Sea of Despair.’

If Christians are wise, they will emerge from this pandemic as different and better people: more kind and generous, more able to mourn with those who mourn, more able to model how love can cast out fear.

The President Is Trapped

The pain and hardship that the United States is only beginning to experience stem from a crisis that the president is utterly unsuited to deal with.

NIH Director: ‘We’re on an Exponential Curve’

Dr. Francis Collins speaks with EPPC Senior Fellow Peter Wehner about the coronavirus, his faith, and an unusual friendship.

The Trump Presidency Is Over

It’s hard to name a president who has been as overwhelmed by a crisis as coronavirus has overwhelmed Donald Trump.