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WASHINGTON: President Trump is making us ill. He’s also driving us crazy. Since I wrote last week about the possibility that Trump is literally killing me (in the form of high blood pressure), the reaction has been, as the kids say, sick. From the left came a flood of responses…

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WASHINGTON: What Gary Cohn, Steven Mnuchin and Jared Kushner did last week—or, rather, what they didn’t do—is a shanda. They’ll know what that means, but, for the uninitiated, shanda is Yiddish for shame, disgrace. The three men, the most prominent Jews in President Trump’s administration, could have spoken out, to…

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WASHINGTON: Things could go well for the Democrats in next year’s midterm elections—if they don’t Bern out. President Trump is woefully unpopular, feuding with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (Ky.) and other Republicans. The GOP can’t manage to repeal Obamacare or do much of anything. Voters say they’d like Democrats…

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WASHINGTON: Maybe I’m doing this all wrong. For five years, I’ve been identifying Donald Trump, now President of the United States, as a nutter. I’ve called him crazy, daft, a madman, barking mad and mad as a March hare, and I’ve “diagnosed” him—I’m not a mental-health professional and have never…

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WASHINGTON: Dan Coats is taking the “intelligence” out of “national intelligence director.” Testifying with Trump administration colleagues Wednesday last week to the Senate intelligence committee, Coats read aloud from his written testimony about “herculean” efforts made by the National Security Agency. “The NSA has made her-cyur-ROO-lian – this is hard…

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WASHINGTON: I’m often asked if I think President Trump will make it through all four years of his term. My stock reply: The better question is whether we will survive the next four years. It wouldn’t surprise me at all if he does make it to 2020 without impeachment, or…

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WASHINGTON: So now it can be told: Bill Clinton cost his wife the presidency. Almost three hours into a hearing of the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday, FBI Director James Comey shed new light on his decision to go public about his agency’s investigations into Hillary Clinton’s emails, first in…