What Should We Make of Bob Woodward’s Book on Trump?
by Vaughn Davis Bornet
"Woodward has done—in my scholarly view, at least—a solid and sound job of revealing things that need opening up yet again to daylight."
Woodward’s Trump Book Gives Us an Opportunity We Shouldn’t Miss
by Ed Simon
While we’re shouting that the emperor has no clothes, we should also remember that there should be no emperors either.
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