Bill Barr, once an unashamed Trump lapdog, became a howling Rottweiler in his testimony before the Jan. 6 Committee, which made him the headliner of its second public presentation
Mr. Barr was discouraged because he believed Trump had lost touch with reality.
The most astonishing word in all of it was "becoming," which avoided post-game analysis.
He'd recently finished a presidential campaign based on absurd ideas ("We're constructing a wall and Mexico is paying for it") that should have derailed it.
No one ever marvelled at Trump, who thinks things are true because he says them and fake because he dislikes them?
Mary Trump is a professional psychologist who grew up in her uncle Donald's Queens home. You may know she's written some thoughts.
The 2020 election was an assault on Trump's beliefs. Losing wasn't allowed. Since he was 12, he can't lose.