By Ruth Marcus
It’s come to this, on his 146th day in office: The president, under investigation for obstruction of justice, attacked his own deputy attorney general for orchestrating a “witch hunt” against him.
Sometimes my role as a columnist is to advise readers not to overreact, to maintain perspective. Today my advice is to buckle up. Brace yourselves.
I’m not sure for what, exactly. President Trump firing Rod Rosenstein or taking moves that would force the deputy attorney general, and perhaps others, to quit? Firing special counsel Robert Mueller, whose probe has pushed Trump… …read more
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