COMMENT:

Donald Trump's presidency has baffled me, enraged me and above all saddened me, because I'm a stubborn believer in America's promise, which he mocks and imperils.

But last week his presidency did something to me that it hadn't done before. It absolutely flattened me.

I woke up Saturday, made my coffee, shuffled to my computer, started to glance at the news and suddenly had to stop. I couldn't go on. Trump had yet again said something untrue, once more suggested something absurd, contradicted himself, deified himself, claimed martyrdom, blamed Barack Obama, made his billionth threat and hurled his trillionth

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