Donald Trump is now more than halfway through the presidential term he earned with his improbable victory in the 2016 election. Though he has piled up one achievement after another over these two years—an economy growing at nearly 4 percent per year, the near-defeat of isis, an overdue buildup of the U.S. military, the appointment of two talented Supreme Court justices and a growing list of district and appellate judges—he has nevertheless been vilified on a daily basis in the press, on television, in...


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