Tuesday’s Opinions: The only realistic way to stop Trump

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The only realistic way to stop Trump
Democrats have to win big next year.
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Latest Columns
Trump doesn’t embody what’s wrong with Washington. Pence does.
The president is crazy. What’s everyone else’s excuse?
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The Turkey I no longer know
My homeland’s slide into authoritarianism must be stopped.
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Trump’s worst lie about ‘priming the pump’ isn’t that he made up the expression
It’s that his tax plan would stimulate the economy.
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Trump is evangelicals’ ‘dream president.’ Here’s why.
He speaks their language of resentment and alienation.
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Trump has sucked the lifeblood out of Sean Spicer
And now that his utility has diminished, get ready for the president to cast him aside.
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Last week’s global cyberattack was just the beginning
Two Internet plagues have just merged. Without action, they can wreak havoc.
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Trump’s presidency hinges on this choice
Trump needs a chief of staff who’s willing to confront him with painful truths.
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If Trump is going to engage Russia, he should do so on this topic
The need to stand up for human rights there is urgent.
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Editorial Cartoons
Did someone actually say White House tapes? Who needs a free press?
Where have we heard that before? President Trump says he might end the daily White House press briefings.
The Post’s View
The FBI needs a nonpartisan director
The Bureau’s next leader must never have had an “R” or a “D” after his or her name.
China has a plan to become a global superpower. It probably won’t work.
The massive international infrastructure plan is likely to fall short of Xi Jinping’s aims.
Trump’s China trade deal is underwhelming
The administration betrays its mistrust of the free market.
Latest Blogs
Trump is dangerously incompetent
The picture is not so much of conspiracy or malevolence, but of unfathomable carelessness.
Dr. Evil demands $1 million, gets convicted for wire fraud and extortion
“When criminal-law cases imitate art, they do not always choose its highest form.”
Happy Hour Roundup
Our nightly wrap-up of news and opinion.
Fit to be president?
Haven’t we had enough?
Bombshell: Trump tells secrets to Russia
Trump is aiding the Russians — again
Republicans need a clean break with the Confederacy
The modern-day crusaders of the liberal “resistance” try to paint Republicans as slavery sympathizers, but we have nothing to hide from.
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