“If the press had less faith that Robert Mueller is on the verge of bringing the Trump...
Now we see a mind so narcissistic it conjures images of receiving sexual favors from a Senate candidate and so depraved it invokes them in a raw attempt to silence legitimate concern.
“In GOP losses such as the Alabama Senate race, it is not rogue Republican voters (or non-voters) who are at fault. It is the blind ideologues who gave them an impossible choice,” writes Michael Gerson.
“Trump has helped to create a new environment that is increasingly hospitable to his enemies. He's warming his hands on a fire that may eventually engulf him,” writes Steve Chapman.
“If the angry ideology of the far right cannot make it in one of our most loyally conservative states that was a center of resistance to civil rights, it cannot make it anywhere,” writes E.J. Dionne Jr.
“If the press had less faith that Robert Mueller is on the verge of bringing the Trump presidency to its knees, it might exercise a little more discrimination,” writes Rich Lowry.
“Many are looking for a place to invest their hope. And some leader, we trust, will rise who calls his countrymen to choose decency and civic friendship above the destructive pleasures of hatred and blame,” writes Michael Gerson.
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“Only recently, it was widely assumed that if Trump fired Mueller, many Republicans would rise up to defend our institutions. Now, many in the party are laying the groundwork for justifying a cover-up,” writes E.J. Dionne Jr.