Opinions P.M.: Trump can’t be trusted with sensitive information — and now the world knows news The city so beautiful, you forget about Trump | Sponsored by Uber Jabin Botsford / The Washington Post Trump can’t be trusted with sensitive information — and now the world knows The president’s disclosure of highly classified information to the Russians could have far-reaching consequences. By Editorial Board • The Post’s View • Read more » The city so beautiful, you forget about Trump When spring is here, New York opens its doors and spills out onto the sidewalks. By Garrison Keillor • Read more » The best version of ‘Better Call Saul’ is the one that makes fans feel the worst Fan service pales next to the series’ moral message. By Sonny Bunch • Act Four • Read more » Imagine all this with a different president Still think sexism had nothing to do with the election results? By Ann Telnaes • Read more » ADVERTISEMENT Economist Allan Meltzer, 1928-2017 Meltzer played a crucial role in abandoning policies that led to rising inflation in the late 1960s and ’70s. By Robert J. Samuelson • Read more » What would it take for Republican politicians to finally turn on Trump? Would he have to — gasp — wear a tan suit? By Catherine Rampell • Rampage • Read more » Trump’s new FDA commissioner has a huge decision to make Scott Gottlieb has to show whose side he’s on: Consumers’ or drug companies’. By William B. Schultz • Read more » Forget the politics. Iran has bigger problems. Iran’s leaders have led the country into one of the world’s worst water crises. By Seth M. Siegel • DemocracyPost • Read more » The upcoming international trip is an opportunity for Trump and his staff Republicans shoulders are slumping a little right now. A solid, drama-free and serious overseas trip is just what the doctor ordered. By Ed Rogers • PostPartisan • Read more » Democrats need to make an economic case against Trump. Are they ready? The substance and the politics are inextricably intertwined. By Paul Waldman • The Plum Line • Read more » Is projecting ‘Pay Trump Bribes Here’ onto a wall of the Trump Hotel a trespass? Unwanted light, unlike unwanted smell, generally doesn’t qualify as trespass, though in rare cases it might be labeled a legal “nuisance.” By Eugene Volokh • The Volokh Conspiracy • Read more » Two reactions, two parties, two ways of governing Who is acting like a grownup? By Jennifer Rubin • Right Turn • Read more » ADVERTISEMENT The dangerous distrust between Trump and the national security agencies This crisis will weaken our ability to protect U.S. interests around the globe and put vital international cooperation at risk. By Michael Leiter • Read more » Trump to tweet next that he never liked that big ol’ desk anyway And he never used those nuclear codes either. By Tom Toles • Read more » PLO rep: Trump has no Middle East peace plan — and that’s a good thing As Trump heads off to try for peace, the Palestinians are hopeful he will succeed even if they don’t know how By Josh Rogin • Josh Rogin • Read more » Recommended for you The Health 202 Your daily guide to Washington’s health-care debate. Sign Up » Share Opinions P.M.: Twitter Facebook Trouble reading? Click here to view in your browser. You received this email because you are signed up for Opinions. For additional free newsletters or to manage your newsletters, click here. We respect your privacy. If you believe that this email has been sent to you in error or you no longer wish to receive email from The Washington Post, click here. Contact us for help. ©2017 The Washington Post, 1301 K St NW, Washington DC 20071 If you believe this has been sent to you in error, please safely unsubscribe.