In the Trump Era, the New York Times Sunday Review Needs a Hug…or a Counselor

More proof that the Donald Trump presidency, just one year old, is already working the last nerves of liberals: The New York Times is putting pieces in its high-profile Sunday Review section that may be better handled by a qualified counselor. “A Trump-Size Hole in Our Relationship” by Gina-Abercrombie Winstanley, former US ambassador to Malta, was undiplomatic both to Trump and to a close friend, while using a dubious metaphor to characterize the result of a free and fair election. The section’s lead story credits Trump for altering the space-time continuum: “It’s Been a Year of This? – Trump’s presidency has flown by – and felt interminable.” The online title: “Is Trump Warping Our Sense of Time?”

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