Exclusive–Cynthia Lummis: Disruptor-in-Chief Donald Trump Has Changed Washington for the Better

Disruption used to be a buzzword. It was the label applied to Uber, Airbnb, and other startup darlings. It was what every Stanford University graduate used in their Silicon Valley funding pitch. However, the day Donald Trump became president of the United States, disruption became a bad thing in our nation’s capital. Washington, D.C., has long been in serious need of a shake-up. But real disruption is unsettling for the status quo.

Boyer: Donald Trump Changed The New York Times. Is It Forever?

Peter J. Bpyer writes for Esquire magazine that, with the advent of Donald J. Trump in presidential politics, elite news media such as the New York Times were so triggered as to abandon the norms of traditional journalism – most significantly, the heralded posture of neutrality.

Trump presidency has changed Washington, defied convention…

Brooks: Norms May Have Changed so Obstruction of Justice Isn't Politically Fatal

On Friday’s “PBS NewsHour,” New York Times columnist David Brooks wondered whether if there is an obstruction of justice case against President Trump, political norms in the United States have changed so that obstruction of justice isn’t politically fatal like it was for former President Nixon and stated that such a norm change “may have happened.” Brooks said, “Richard Nixon was forced to resign, sort of over obstruction of justice. Suppose there’s an obstruction of justice case here, have our norms so changed that that is no longer a political death sentence? And that may have happened.” Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett