Some days, America gets a reassuring sign that President Trump has a sense of the responsibility and stature of the office he holds. When he spoke of "the love, the respect for the office of the presidency" he encountered in Dayton, Ohio, and El Paso, Texas, or when he called upon China to be "humane" in dealing with the Hong Kong protesters or when he said that while no one could surpass his support for the Second Amendment, he did not want guns in the "hands of a lunatic or a maniac," he thereby acknowledged the place the presidency holds in confronting violence and the prospect of chaos. read whole article

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