In the event that you were enjoying the dog days of summer and missed the news of last week in Washington, well, to put it mildly, crazy.
Chaos reigns. The White House is imploding. The sky is falling.
The Washington Post writes with, I’m sure, inner glee:
“Every new White House has its rocky moments and personnel readjustments, some more than others. Every White House suffers from factionalism and infighting, to some degree. But Washington, and the country, has never seen anything like this.
“This president appears incapable of allowing his presidency to be saved, primarily because he is incapable of and unwilling to change. He will not allow himself to be governed; he cannot govern himself. Perhaps things will settle down, but that is hard to imagine. The past six months feel like prologue to even more turbulence.”
So if somehow you need a refresher course of that wild, wacky, Washington week, we turn to Andrew Klavan for today’s read. Klavan provides a recap, followed by this:
“You know what’s the funniest thing about all this? The funniest thing is that…”
To see what that is, here is Klavan’s column.