‘Too Many Story Lines to Keep Track Of’ “Quick: Name the biggest story of the week,” Callum Borchers wrote Sunday for the Washington Post. “If a clear answer didn’t just spring to mind, that is probably because there are so many stories to choose from. To wit: “Unverified claims that Russia attempted to compromise President-elect Donald Trump by collecting damaging information about him “An investigation by the Justice Department’s inspector general into FBI disclosures about the Hillary Clinton email probe “President Obama’s farewell address “Donald Trump’s first news conference in 168 days “Attorney General nominee Jeff Sessions’s confirmation hearing “Secretary of State nominee Rex Tillerson’s confirmation hearing “The news overload is enough to make you want to throw your hands up — or, perhaps, use them to reach for a cold beverage and a remote control, with which you can escape the transition tornado by tuning in to back-to-back NFL playoff doubleheaders on Saturday and Sunday. “This is a near-perfect situation for Donald Trump. . . .” Borchers also wrote, “During the campaign, Trump succeeded by giving the news media — and, by extension, voters — too many negative story lines to keep track of. . . .” Meanwhile, the… Read full this story
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