Is it madness or crazy as a fox? A roundup of editorials Monday takes a look President Donald Trump and the future of the nation.
From The Washington Post: Trump has had his moments, but last week he seemed to have all of them in a matter of only five days.
Rasmussen and others have my approval ratings at around 50%, which is higher than Obama, and yet the political pundits love saying my approval ratings are “somewhat low.” They know they are lying when they say it. Turn off the show - FAKE NEWS!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 11, 2018
From The New Yorker: If the resistance to Trump’s presidency is to bear fruit, then the average Joe will have to commit to one thing – exercising his franchise.
Former Obama aide Ben Rhodes warns Pres. Trump can't approach the possible meeting with Kim Jong Un 'like a reality show.'— ABC News (@ABC) March 12, 2018
“We have to realize there's nothing more complex than nuclear negotiations.” https://t.co/AfpzwCYFHs pic.twitter.com/g8LaNI9DsP
From The Independent: Wait a minute. Looking at unemployment numbers, business starts and a proposed meeting with Kim Jong-un, maybe there is a method to his madness.