“Trump has confirmed over and over that he's a weakling masquerading as a tough guy,”...
“In a hyper-partisan climate, it's easy to interpret every difference of opinion as proof of sordid motives. But if Republicans actually wanted Trump to get rid of Mueller, they would be saying so,” writes Steve Chapman.
“Binge drinking puts everyone — even sober bystanders — at risk for harm from dangerous driving, risky sexual behavior and violent outbursts,” writes Esther J. Cepeda.
“The Trump administration is not only an affront to decency and the rule of law; it is an assault on America's self-conception,” writes Michael Gerson.
Trump's suggestion that nations that execute drug dealers don't have problems with drugs is not backed up by data.
Even if no voters were influenced, Facebook apparently failed to prevent the misuse of private information from 50 million Americans for political purposes. This is a scandalous flub by the social media giant.
An AP fact check finds that President Trump made false and misleading claims about the Mueller investigation in a series of weekend tweets.
“For Trump's opponents, pragmatism is principle — because the stakes are so high,” writes E.J. Dionne Jr.
“To punish Gina Haspel more than 15 years later for doing what her country asked her to do, and in response to what she was told were lawful orders, would be a travesty and a disgrace,” writes Rich Lowry.
“Trump has confirmed over and over that he's a weakling masquerading as a tough guy,” writes Steve Chapman.
“Federalism is a delicate system that needs constant care, feeding and updating by the courts. But when it works, its successes follow from the recognition that a big country includes many different perspectives and beliefs,” writes Noah Feldman.