IMPEACHED OR NOT, ONE AWFUL PRESIDENT: THE TWEETER-IN-CHIEF DAILY DEVALUES HIS OFFICE

Even as impeachment dominates the news, here's your regular reminder that in small but important ways, President Trump remains an immature individual who's incapable of respecting basic boundaries, a man uniquely ill-equipped to hold the most powerful office in the land. Thursday, as the House...

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