On Monday, accountability finally arrived for Donald Trump. After 70 years spent largely skating free of consequences for his puerile misbehaviors and diarrheal mouth, he likely found it something of a shock. Seven decades is a long time, after all, and if the so-called president has learned nothing else in those years, he has learned this: Accountability is for other people.
Received a bill? Stiff the vendor.
Get caught in a lie? Tell another.
Say something stupid? Blame somebody else.
To watch him over the 21 months of his political career has been to suffer a kind of nauseous awe as he repeatedly brazened and bluffed his way through scandals, lies and acts of...
German Chancellor Angela Merkel talks to reporters after leaders of the main political parties agreed on a common agenda.