“No White House in memory has generated more needless turmoil in its first year,” writes Steve Chapman.
For most of the country, climate change will be disruptive — bringing more severe heatwaves and droughts, stronger tropical storms and increased coastal flooding.
“It's no laughing matter when leaders who influence the thinking and votes of millions of people become protectors of the most morally depraved administration in modern history,” writes Jennifer Rubin.
“When a leader who often praises strongmen abroad defines routine political opposition as disloyalty to country and then suggests hauling out the military to march in our streets as he looks down from on high, friends of freedom should take notice,” writes E.J. Dionne Jr.
“In an often abnormal time, the most normal thing that's happened over the past six months is that attitudes toward the Mueller investigation have broken down along partisan lines,” writes Rich Lowry.
“Put away electronic devices when you're around children who depend on you for communication, affection and countless interpersonal skills,” writes Esther J. Cepeda.
“The Nunes talking points toss out distorted and disconnected facts, not to advance the truth but to cloud it in confusion,” writes E.J. Dionne Jr.
“Politically, it isn't Trump the alleged tool of the Russians or Trump the budding dictator that Democrats have to fear most; it's Trump the nationalist unifier,” writes Rich Lowry.