Magazine February 5, 2018, Issue

The Week

(Roman Genn)

‐ We thought Cory Booker might be after the Democratic nomination in 2020, but apparently he’s campaigning for an Oscar.

‐ Michael Wolff’s Fire and Fury has enraged both Trump loyalists and other journalists: the former because it depicts the president as big-league unsuited for his job; the latter because of its sloppy sourcing and because it has made a bigger splash than anything they have written. Wolff had access to the White House during the most chaotic days of the transition and the early administration; he cultivated some key insiders, notably ex-aide Steve Bannon; and he wrote down everything he

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For What It’s Worth President Trump’s comment on the pricing of the United States Post Office (discussed in the Week, January 22) is based on a common misconception of what constitutes ...
The Week

The Week

‐ We thought Cory Booker might be after the Democratic nomination in 2020, but apparently he’s campaigning for an Oscar. ‐ Michael Wolff’s Fire and Fury has enraged both Trump loyalists ...
Poetry

Poetry

DISASTER RELIEF Three cuts I’ve gotten from the box knife’s blade, and needlessly I wonder — will they heal? as we remove debris for those who stayed. My last guess in the word game ...

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