Washington Post: Democracy dies in darkness

As GOP support cracks, POTUS will likely come to regret this blunder
By James Hohmann  •  Read more »
After Trump fired Comey, White House staff scrambled to explain why
“Just turn the lights off. Turn the lights off,” Sean Spicer said as he emerged from shadowy bushes on the White House grounds.
By Jenna Johnson  •  Read more »
President Trump fires FBI Director Comey
The startling move, officials said, stemmed from a conclusion by Justice Department officials that he had mishandled the probe of Hillary Clinton’s emails. Comey was fired as he is leading a counterintelligence investigation to determine whether associates of President Trump may have coordinated with Russia to meddle with the presidential election last year.
By Devlin Barrett  •  Read more »
Josh Rogin •  Opinion
John McCain on Comey firing: ‘There will be more shoes to drop’
Inside a private conference of diplomats and experts, McCain said if Trump was trying to thwart the Russia investigation, it won’t work.
By Josh Rogin  •  Read more »
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The Plum Line •  Opinion
In the wake of Trump’s brazen firing of Comey, it’s time to go nuclear. Here’s how.
Senators in both parties can actually do something about this.
By Greg Sargent  •  Read more »
Senate Democrats announce slowdown of business in response to Comey’s ouster
On a roiled Capitol Hill, both Republicans and Democrats called for an independent investigation into potential ties between Russia and Trump’s presidential campaign.
By Ed O’Keefe  •  Read more »
Style •  Perspective
Jeffrey Toobin went ballistic about Trump and Comey. It was great TV.
While others were still clearing their throats, CNN’s legal pundit fired fast and hard.
By Margaret Sullivan  •  Read more »
Right Turn •  Opinion
If Trump fired Comey over Russia, he must go
Why did Trump fire Comey?
By Jennifer Rubin  •  Read more »
Opinion
The Comey debacle only magnifies the Russia mystery
Trump’s firing of the FBI director looks like it will backfire.
By David Ignatius  •  Read more »
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Politics •  Analysis
The shocking firing of James B. Comey puts new pressure on Trump and his team
After the surprise dismissal, the president will face renewed pressure for a special prosecutor to take over the Russia investigation.
By Dan Balz  •  Read more »
Tuesday night firing of Comey: ‘Nixonian’ or uniquely Trumpian?
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Comey’s firing isn’t like the ‘Saturday Night Massacre.’ It’s pretty straightforward.
There are no tapes, no subpoenas for presidential documents, no resignations from the Justice Department.
By Hugh Hewitt  •  Read more »
Trump is mirroring Nixon’s final days
Firing Comey is a thuggish abuse of executive power
The one thing we know for sure about Comey’s firing
Sally Yates just threw the White House under the bus
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Another year, another Game 7. Brace yourselves, Capitals fans.
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With Comey firing, even more restrained Trump critics let loose
“At a time like this, it is important to explain things plainly,” said the New Yorker’s John Cassidy. “Trump acted like a despot.”
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