So what do you do with a president who believes the Russian president over his own intelligence community? A roundup of editorials Tuesday takes a look at the issue.
Opinions from the Left:
From CNN: Sure, the president may have sounded good on the Asia trip, but the results were just not there.
In Asia, Mr. Trump was an often bewildering figure to countries that already viewed this new president with anxiety https://t.co/iGMHDYkV1D— New York Times World (@nytimesworld) November 14, 2017
From The New York Times: Trump won’t acknowledge the crime because Trump was the beneficiary of the crime. Trump won’t insult Russia because it may well be that he was installed by Russia. Trump is as much a Russian project as an American president.
"Donald Trump seems to do better abroad than he does at home," says #CNNTalk panelist @ayeshahazarika -- watch this week's show on the US President's Asia trip here: https://t.co/IcNQLMUrsn pic.twitter.com/C9KcO8G0hh— CNN International (@cnni) November 14, 2017
From The Atlantic: Forget historic ties and political entanglements, Trump wants to get along with foreign leaders.