Chris Wallace’s interview of President Trump, which aired on Sunday, is well worth watching if you’ve got a strong stomach.

The parts about the pandemic are as terrifying as you’ve heard—a veritable catalog of unfitness, incompetence, and willful ignorance that will leave you grateful for America’s system of federalism.

… Whether it’s in 2021 or 2025, the blinding power of self-pity and resentment may well end up being what stands out most when we regard Donald Trump’s years as President of the United States.

Yuval Levin, A Study in Self-Pity.

My stomach gave out after about ten minutes. We. Are. So. Screwed.

  1. Has your Governor been worse on coronavirus than the President has been? Few have.
  2. Levin refers to the blinding power of self-pity and resentment,” but that’s just a slice off the blinding power of malignant narcissism, That his narcissism would blind him every day, let alone in a crisis, is why I could not vote for him, and I’m feeling conclusively vindicated in 2020.
July 22, 2020

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