“There are other, potentially more worrisome, explanations, however, beyond mere pride and stubbornness in the persistence of this particular Trumpism. It suggests a President who is either unable to process information once he has something incorrect in his head, is surrounded by people who refuse to correct him from making an embarrassing mistake over and over again, or who refuses to acknowledge a mistake and would rather rewrite history to conform to the mistake than simply correct himself and move on.” The New Yorker; History According to Trump. He has called the 1918 Flu the 1917 Flu dozens of times. “Trump’s own grandfather died of the flu, in 1918.” (Maybe we should inaugurate a new president in 2019.)

+ Oh well, 220, 221. Whatever it takes.