チャーリー・ハート: When we talk about politics ending at the nation’s shore, usually what we’re talking about is a president goes overseas and does something stupid or says something stupid or does something awkward. And then people in the United States carp about the president being overseas and we scold them and say, 番号, 番号, 番号, 番号, the politics end at the nation’s shores. This is a completely different situation where you have the actual president of the United States on foreign soil trashing the third branch of government at a time when that third branch of government is under unprecedented attack, whether it’s justices being picketed at their homes, their children at their schools or a confessed assassination attempt. It’s appalling. Every couple of weeks you think, はい, 上手, it’s never going to get weirder or worse than this. And then the next thing happens and you’re like, ああ, 私の良さ, I hope it can’t get worse.