But it is all too easy to suggest that Trump won only because of Russian interference.
The president is an enemy agent.
Usually Mr. Trump dominates these encounters with percolating self-confidence, bluster and bravado. It was missing this time. He appeared defensive, vulnerable. The look in his eyes wasn’t the usual look. There was a trace of fear.
One week ago, Sergei Skripal, a former Russian double agent exiled in the United Kingdom, collapsed on a bench in the small town of Salisbury. This mysterious poisoning by nerve agent raised the specter of Alexander Litvinenko in London, who was assassinated by polonium in the center of London 12 years ago. It also [Read more]
While Donald Trump dallies around with those attacking the mass media, European governments and digital platforms worry about fake news.
It is actually clear: Flynn is telling all. Special Counsel Robert Mueller has won him over as a key witness.