‘In any other administration’: Trump’s novel strategy for dealing with scandal

January 28, 2020

For those of us who follow politics, the past three years have been dizzying. Opponents and proponents of President Donald Trump would likely agree that the pace of news coming out of Washington is unprecedented. Some of this is a function of social media. But much of it — as tell-all memoir after tell-all memoir and inside reporting indicates — has been the nature of the Trump administration and its tendency to flout norms and partake in activities that range from “not normal,” to possibly illegal.

Column by Stuart Shapiro, The Hill, January 26, 2020

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