“Post-truth was a hallmark of his administration. He peddled in falsehoods (for example, a repeatedly disproved claim that he’d saved the city a billion Canadian dollars) and flat-out lies (he claimed not to have smoked crack, even though the video had been seen by numerous journalists, police, and others who described it in detail), and reiterated them loudly and unashamedly. Efforts to debunk his lies were dismissed by Ford as nothing more than the jealous desperation of the liberal elites.” David Sax with an interesting look at what Toronto knows about Trump after living through Rob Ford.
+ NPR tracks a week of dramatic policy changes in the Oval Office. What do Trump’s shifting positions say about what he believes?