The end of the Clinton chapter in United States history is a matter of cultural and political self-preservation, but it may only be wishful thinking.
Yesterday's accusations prove the extent to which the investigation of special prosecutor Robert Mueller is not the "witch hunt" that the American president believes it to be.
Sure, during Trump's disastrous first nine months he has already wreaked havoc on many issues, from environmental policy to international relations. But on many major matters, from the botched travel ban to the failed "Obamacare" repeal, Trump is running a chaotic and deeply dysfunctional administration.
If Trump had nothing to hide, wouldn’t he — along with Fox News and his Republican enablers — let the various investigations play out in accordance with the facts?
I reiterate the maxim, whenever there is a American political super-scandal, always check in with the Clintons.
What matters is not that we not forget Weinstein, but that we understand the reach of aggression and violence against women.