Thursday’s Opinions: Trump has caused a catastrophe. Let’s end it quickly.

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Trump has caused a catastrophe. Let’s end it quickly.
Delaying the process of getting to the truth will harm our country far more than any political backlash by Trump’s supporters.
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Latest Columns
Rod Rosenstein saves the Republican Party from itself
The deputy attorney general poured some water onto a raging political inferno by appointing a special counsel to handle the Russia probe.
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Trump may have broken one D.C. Commandment too many
This isn’t how Washington is supposed to work.
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An old ‘disease’ that could help lawmakers understand today’s health-care debate
Economist William Baumol’s postulations are particularly relevant as an aging workforce retires into the expensive embrace of the entitlement state.
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My son has Down syndrome. The GOP’s health-care bill scares me to death.
Cathy McMorris Rodgers and I want the same thing for our children, but we disagree on what kind of law will get us there.
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Three lessons from the Trump-Russia episode (and one is actually good news)
The president didn’t commit a crime when he revealed secrets, but the leakers to The Post did.
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Editorial Cartoons
Donald Trump finds his presidency hanging by a high thread count Time is running out for the GOP agenda
As his explanations become more threadbare. House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) tells reporters that the Republicans are intent on getting their agenda accomplished and will “follow the facts wherever they lead” when it comes to President Trump.
The Post’s View
Trump’s commission on voter fraud is, well, fraudulent
The president has empaneled a biased panel to study an invented problem.
A note to Erdogan and his thugs: You can’t beat up protestors here
The Turkish president’s security guards apparently think it’s fine to attack peaceful demonstrators in the United States. They’re wrong.
A special counsel is essential. But Congress isn’t off the hook.
The Justice Department’s decision to appoint Robert S. Mueller III is welcome.
Latest Blogs
With Mueller as the special prosecutor, the White House has every reason to panic
This is a very big deal.
Happy Hour Roundup
Our nightly wrap-up of news and opinion.
The case for taking down Confederate monuments
Ultimately, it comes down the fact that the main goal of the Confederacy was perpetuation of the evil institution of slavery. That’s not something we should honor.
Trump’s speech on Islam is rife with pitfalls. Experts say there’s little upside to it.
Here’s what could go wrong.
Trump is not the only one who needs to be investigated
Better lawyer up!
Trump’s White House defies media’s superlatives
Do we have a case of superlative fatigue at hand?
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