For former President Trump to revive any excitement for yet another presidential campaign — he reportedly wants his third run to feel like 2016 — he’ll have to engage and confront the corrupt national press in aggressive ways that have never been done. That should be fun!
Even more so because there are a few problems the media have created for themselves in advance.
For the past six years, journalists in Washington and New York have been pondering aloud on how “responsible” they are for Trump having ever been president, what they should have done to prevent it, and how they can handicap him if he ever tries to get there again.
This is called a conspiracy. Or, if you prefer, collusion.