Trump's Crimes Are in Plain Sight

Roger Stone, a former Donald Trump advisor, was arrested this morning after being indicted for witness tampering, among other crimes. News of his arrest is getting wall-to-wall attention from the networks, as it should. But what accounts for the difference between today’s coverage and Wednesday’s—when Michael Cohen cited threats the president made to his wife and her family as reason for canceling scheduled congressional testimony. That news barely registered. It’s worth asking why.

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