When Donald Trump was asked Wednesday by ABC's George Stephanopoulos if he'd accept intelligence and campaign help from a foreign power, he blew up Washington and gave us a sharp insight into the true Trump. This was no fifth-dimensional chess move; it was the commander in chief saying the quiet, treasonous part out loud.
Set aside that accepting such help is illegal-after all, the laws are for the little people in Trump's Great America-it was Peak Trump.
Talking about Large Adult Son Don Jr. testifying before the Senate again about his infamous Trump Tower meeting with a Russian emissary promising dirt on Hillary Clinton ("If it's what you say, I love it!"), Trump replied: