From the left: A new year doesn’t bring a new Trump

If you think Trump will change in the new year, think again, the left says. A roundup of editorials Wednesday takes a look at the issue.

Opinions from the left:

Trump making little progress on promises to voters

From Robert Reich: How is Trump doing on keeping his promises? Not so great.

This moment is about Iran, not about Trump

From CNN: Trump is wrong if he wants to make the protests in Iran about the U.S., or, worse, about him.

New year, same Trump

From columnist Dana Milbank: It didn’t take Trump long to show his colors in the New Year. It took seven hours and 12 minutes, to be exact.

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