“Just the reality of widespread disgust at Trump should make us realize that somewhere in...
“Trump's insinuations of rigged elections and his call for his supporters to monitor polls for fraud — mostly in communities of color, it turns out — are eroding what little public trust in government is left,” writes Esther J. Cepeda.
“Should Trump come up short against a desperately flawed Hillary Clinton, it will be his failure and his alone,” writes Rich Lowry.
“A race is on between now and Election Day,” writes E.J. Dionne Jr. “Can Republican candidates run away from Trump fast enough to keep their opponents from tagging them as enablers of the most dangerous candidate ever nominated by either party?
“Trump and Clinton make me miss Al Gore's famous Social Security lockbox,” writes Steve Chapman. “Over the next four years, it would be the perfect place to keep the Constitution.”
Jennifer Rubin wonders, “What if McMullin or another similar new face had been able to get ready six or nine months ago?”
Since taking office, President Obama has used the Antiquities Act of 1906 to create or expand 26 National Monuments. He needs to create one more: Bears Ears.
“I will not vote for Hillary Clinton,” writes Charles Krauthammer. “But, as I've explained in these columns, I could never vote for Donald Trump.”
“Just the reality of widespread disgust at Trump should make us realize that somewhere in this land, there are people who actually act on what they believe,” writes Noah Feldman.
“Trump spouts brazen misinformation every time he opens his mouth, and he resents being called on it,” writes Steve Chapman. “But when he makes war on the truth, he shouldn't be surprised to find the news media mounting a defense.”