We would like to report that Democrats mocked that one to the hilt, but Republicans beat them to the punch with Sen. Lindsey Graham calling it "close" to the "dumbest idea I've ever heard" and Sen. John McCain joking how he's certain Mr. Putin would be of "enormous assistance" given how "he is doing the hacking." Sen. Marco Rubio had an even better slam, likening it to partnering with Syrian President Bashar Assad on a "Chemical Weapons Unit." The proposal became such an enormous laugh line on the Internet that even after Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin defended it on network television Sunday, President Trump backed down, tweeting Sunday night that he didn't believe the cyber security effort was going anywhere but the ceasefire in Syria was the real accomplishment of the talks. "The fact that President Putin and I discussed a Cyber Security unit doesn't mean I think it can happen. It can't-but a ceasefire can,& did!," he wrote.