Trump invited Russians into the Oval Office, gave them classified intel, and then trashed the head of the FBI -- all while only Russian media were allowed in the Oval Office and American media were not.
A transcript of the meeting recorded the following statement from trump:
"I just fired the head of the FBI. He was crazy, a real nut job," Trump said, according to the Times. "I faced great pressure because of Russia. That's taken off."
On the same day that this traitorous behavior by trump was exposed, Americans learned that a White House official is "a person of interest" in a "criminal investigation."
And there you have it — utter agreement, total harmony, a seamless consensus between a right-wing extremist and a democratic socialist who recently wrote: "[Trump's] quite efficacious and very believable defense in the face of impeachment and removal could be that he's a dolt, a walking incapability, a take-pity-on-me idiot of Rabelaisian proportions."
I have always admired and held philosophical allegiance to the now-antiquated reserve of the historiographical school of American consensus: that we as a nation are defined more by what we agree on than what we dispute. And nothing could be more agreeable, in both senses of the word, than that the moronically reckless Donald Trump is uniting us, as a people, in vigorous opposition.