The world will be a better place, the nation sounder, when we can all laugh off the remedy that was Trumpism, a colossal failure that killed thousands.
The leadership vacuum left by a failed president that should be channeling FDR luckily is being filled by competent mostly Democratic governors.
Donald Trump says impeachment was a big distraction. No time to prepare the nation for COVID-19 and to golf. He had to choose one obligation. He chose golf.
From Trump, the current tally of empathetic words a whole month into the COVID-19 crisis has topped out at zero. Now we have Dan Patrick.
Some coronavirus contingencies are meant for a scary moment. But some are just good sense that ought to endure long after the moment.
Trump has comported himself in the midst of the coronavirus emergency like a beer-fueled football fan. It’s all a game to him.
There are the internet bots, not people but auto-tweeters and Facebook auto-posters churning out messages micro-targeted at U.S. audiences. #PoliticsDoneRight
Now, picture a clock: the Donald Trump Corruption Clock. The white-gloved hands – one bigger, one just small — always point away from himself.
NPR reporter Mary Louise Kelly, a standard of expert and probing journalism, is the enemy – OK, the “f-ing” enemy, so said Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
No matter what he says about his total, absolute and unconditional vindication, Trump is the loser here. “Impeached” is not something you scrub from your resume.