Tag Archives: The New Yorker

“Holding Trump Accountable”

From George Packer, a short, blistering denunciation. It’ll set fire to your screen: After a month in office, he has already proved himself unable to discharge his duties. But the only people with real leverage over him won’t use it. … Continue reading

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John Cassidy gives us “Nine Ways to Oppose Donald Trump”

My friend Michele and I were on the phone yesterday talking about…well, the only thing there is to talk about. I did slip in the big news that I’d gotten a haircut but neither she nor I paid any attention … Continue reading

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Donald Trump, as described by David Remnick

The mouth moves and the lies pour forth. David Remnick, the Editor in Chief of the New Yorker, wrote this in June 2016. And that’s when I posted it. Every day since then — a few days short of four years … Continue reading

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