Washington Post: The WH Admin has a recruiting problem

Politics •  Analysis
The Trump administration has a recruiting problem
Senators. Lawyers. Veterans. A slew of people are declining the opportunity to serve under Trump.
By Philip Bump  •  Read more »
The Plum Line •  Opinion
Trump is now raging at Jeff Sessions. This hints at a deeply unsettling pattern.
Experts in authoritarianism see something familiar in Trump’s various shenanigans.
By Greg Sargent  •  Read more »
As Trump lashes out, Republicans grow uneasy
Some fear president’s storm of tweets is putting their agenda at risk.
By Robert Costa  •  Read more »
The easy trail that led the feds to Reality Winner, alleged source of NSA leak
Leak investigations tend to move slowly, but authorities charged Reality Leigh Winner after just a few days.
By Derek Hawkins  •  Read more »
Right Turn •  Opinion
Trump’s freaking out, and it’s only Tuesday
Trump may have met his match in Comey.
By Jennifer Rubin  •  Read more »
Erik Wemple •  Opinion
Did the Intercept bungle the NSA leak?
News org says it didn’t know identity of its source, though a lightning-fast leak investigation may be providing some answers.
By Erik Wemple  •  Read more »
Fact Checker •  Analysis
Pruitt’s claim that ‘almost 50,000 jobs’ have been gained in coal
The EPA administrator offered very misleading spin on Sunday’s TV news shows
By Glenn Kessler  •  Read more »
Politics •  Analysis
On behalf of the entire news media, Mr. Trump: Please, tweet away
It isn’t us who are seeing any harm.
By Philip Bump  •  Read more »
The Fix •  Analysis
Kellyanne Conway had a lousy Monday. Sean Spicer’s wasn’t much better.
At least Spicer didn’t also have to deal with a rather unhelpful tweet from his own spouse.
By Callum Borchers  •  Read more »
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In its effort to regain control of its message, the White House has curtailed press briefings, redirected questions on the Russia investigation to an outside lawyer and planned a major infrastructure policy rollout for this week.
By Julie Pace and Catherine Lucey | AP  •  Read more »
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After tempting Cubs fans, Peter Gammons thinks Bryce Harper will pick the Yankees
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One message called the hypothetical hanging of a Mexican child “piñata time.” Other messages quipped that abusing children was sexually arousing.
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