Will there ever be a break in the turmoil that surrounds Donald Trump? A roundup of editorials Friday doesn't offer much hope.
Opinions from the left:
From columnist Dana Milbank: When a president lies, those around him are put into the position of lying for him.
NEW: Hope Hicks has racked up hundreds of thousands of dollars of legal fees, @GabrielSherman reports. “She’s in immense personal jeopardy,” one Republican says. “This is a sign the Mueller investigation is a lot more serious than anyone of us thought.” https://t.co/iyQnxqnWAU— VANITY FAIR (@VanityFair) March 1, 2018
From columnist Eugene Robinson: Do we even care anymore if the president learns basic facts about governing?
In Opinion— The New York Times (@nytimes) March 2, 2018
The editorial board writes, "At this point, the right question to ask is why Jared Kushner still has any diplomatic role at all" https://t.co/HKjSk0SzX9
From The New York Times: We don’t have to look far to find the source of the daily drama that is the White House.