There is an obvious price to be paid for essentially becoming a party devoted to trolling.
How many great minds does it take to invent a telescope?
Why I hate Jeff Sessions, Chapter 67
Over 600 Roman statues stored in a basement for 40 years to go on display
Will Hurd is the future of the GOP (hopefully)
This National Gallery of Art program helps people with memory loss ‘connect with who they were’
We need great critics now more than ever. Where are they?
Syria is burning bodies in a crematorium to hide mass killings
Jimmy Kimmel is everything that’s wrong with America’s healthcare debate
More states are pushing to let kids use sunscreen at school without a doctor’s note
I think the following is probably true. And it’s why he shouldn’t be president.
But several advisers and others close to Trump said they wouldn’t be surprised if Trump gave information he shouldn’t have. One adviser who often speaks to the president said the conversation was likely freewheeling in the Oval Office, and he probably wanted to impress the officials. “He doesn’t really know any boundaries. He doesn’t think in those terms,” this adviser said. “He doesn’t sometimes realize the implications of what he’s saying. I don’t think it was his intention in any way to share any classified information. He wouldn’t want to do that.”