The walls close to "individual number 1"

The walls close to "individual number 1"

Just because you're quiet by George H.W. Bush's funeral on Wednesday, Donald Trump was praised by some as one side of the president. Unfortunately, it was again a Groundhog Day in a series of Trumpian Demons. Since then Trump announced the departure of its chief of staff John Kelly. He appointed Heather Nauert, a former spokeswoman for Fox News, to the next UN ambassador, appointed a new Attorney General, William Barr, and was named criminal by his own Justice Department. Lastly, he called Rex Tillerson, his former foreign minister, "stupid as a rock" and "lazy as hell."

Mr. Trump makes the hatch for the second half of his term. It promises to be much stormier than the first one. Robert Mueller, the special advocate, systematically sets his goals, which increasingly appears to be a recommended indictment of Mr. Trump for more than a federal crime. On Friday, "Individual # 1," as Mr. Trump is dubbed in the papers, was implicated in the conviction reports for Michael Cohen, his alienated personal lawyer, and Paul Manafort, his former campaign chairman, in a federal crime.

The submissions have been heavily revised. But even visibly, in November 2015, they established ties between the Russian government and the people around Mr. Trump – eight months before he nominated the Republicans. The chess grandmaster Garry Kasparov once said that Mr. Trump has "more connections to Russia than Aeroflot". Mr. Müller is far from finished. "Individual # 1" also instructed Mr. Cohen to break the federal electoral law in paying hush money to two women.