Richard Fausset, writing in today’s New York Times:
“Even since before his inauguration, Mr. Trump’s rise has been characterized by an erosion of surety, bizarre and inscrutable subplots worthy of an airport-bookstore spy thriller, by epistemological questions about what is truth and what is fiction like no time in recent American history.
. . .
“Mr. Trump ‘was elected as a disrupter,’ Walter Russell Mead, the centrist academic at Bard College wrote recently on the website of The American Interest, ‘and disruption is what a Trump administration will bring.’”
(See his full piece here.)