Douthat’s argument is built on less than a foundation of sand or mud. It floats on swamp gas. His claim of a decline in WASP culture is based on a fictionalized version of benign whiteness and noblesse oblige. This is the worst sort of nostalgia.
The Washington Post published a stunning analysis on the interactions between members of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and Russia citizens, including those who offered to help is nomination and bolster his real estate business.
President Donald Trump tweeted Sunday evening that the “fake news” reporting he went all in on Nick Ayers as his chief of staff, but without Ayers, the options are slim. In fact, those Trump is rumored to be considering aren’t interested in the job either.
As Gen. John Kelly is being shoved out of the White House doors by President Donald Trump, the rumor was that Mike Pence’s chief of staff Nick Ayers would replace him. But Sunday, Ayers decided to turn down the option. Now, Trump "doesn't know what to do."