Actually, for the record, we suspect most Americans don’t want foreign interference in the next, or any other, election. That’s why we can only pray Mr. Trump was doing what he’s done in office, according to those intrepid counters at The Washington Post, at least 10,796 times to date: made a false or misleading statement. What we don’t need is another open invitation to countries to hack emails, manipulate social media with false accounts, try to crack our voting machines or take other aggressive actions against a free and fair election. Perhaps the president has just been trolling his own country, trying to get a rise out of Americans who prefer CIA spying to Armageddon and honest elections to Russian interference. He certainly lies plenty; in these instances, we hope he’s been at it again.