Ever wonder what it would look like if you could scroll through all the norm-busting that has taken place over the past four years? WaPo’s Amy Siskind has been keeping a list, checking it twice, and finding out who’s been naughty (we’ll save nice for another time). “Experts in authoritarianism advise keeping a list of things changing, subtly, around you, so you’ll remember. Days after the 2016 presidential election, I started a list. Each week, I chronicle the ways Donald Trump has changed our country. This selection, adapted from more than 34,000 entries — or about 1 percent of the total — focuses on the norms he and his administration have broken.” This is not normal. (I suggest forming a team and and scrolling in shifts.)

+ The NYT with the case against Donald Trump: “Mr. Trump stands without any real rivals as the worst American president in modern history. In 2016, his bitter account of the nation’s ailments struck a chord with many voters. But the lesson of the last four years is that he cannot solve the nation’s pressing problems because he is the nation’s most pressing problem.” (Sure, but this is his hometown paper. Don’t expect others to be so positive…)