A major threat to Trump’s presidency is gaining new steam.
The biggest surprise in President Trump’s willingness to work with Democrats is how much of a surprise it is to much of America.
Remarkably, all the no voters were Republicans.
The Clinton email scandal, like Clinton herself, won’t go away.
Expanding their attacks, many longtime critics of President Trump are accusing him of “moral failure.” Their claim is that his remarks following the Charlottesville, Va., mayhem failed to sufficiently condemn neo-Nazis and KKK wannabes.
Early last week, a friend who is generally supportive of President Trump offered his view that the president had only one move remaining — firing special counsel Robert Mueller.
Near the end of its Tuesday story on Donald Trump Jr.’s meeting with a Russian lawyer, The New York Times casually noted that the news “blunted whatever good feeling the president’s team had after his trip to Europe.”
It was many years ago, but the memory lingers of the first time I was embarrassed to be a journalist.
Can Washington handle the truth? We’re about to find out.
An Oscar Wilde line comes to mind: “I can resist everything except temptation,” said the famed playwright and novelist.