With apologies to the Fab Four.
We begin with the Los Angeles Times, reading the fine print:
David Horsey: The joke is on voters who trusted Trump’s healthcare promises
While the Minneapolis Star Tribune looks at one of the impacts of EPA cuts:
Steve Sack: Clean water, the musical
The Miami Herald completes a slogan:
Jim Morin: Dirty work
A little sleight of hand from the Lexington Herald-Leader:
Joel Pett: Look! Up in the sky! It’s….
While the Atlanta Journal-Constitution covers the art of the steal:
Mike Luckovich: Let’s make a deal.
From the Kansas City Star, going down?:
Lee Judge: Establishing a trend
And from the Sacramento Bee, one character in 140:
Jack Ohman: Mad Men, the sequel…
The Arizona Republic draws a parallel:
Steve Benson: ‘I am not a. . .Dick’
From the Washington Post, the amen chours chimes in:
Tom Toles: Does Donald Trump cry? Only like this. Sad!
From the Illinois Times, down at the heels:
Chris Britt: Trumpcare
The Buffalo News covers a case where ignorance isn’t bliss:
Adam Zyglis: Scott Pruitt remarks
The San Diego Union-Tribune sounds a similar note:
Steve Breen: New E.P.A. Chief Doubts CO2 Plays Big Part in Global Warming
From the Newark Star-Ledger, standard operating mode:
Drew Sheneman: Our paranoid President Trump
But paranoia may be reasonable, notes the Baton Rouge Advocate in the first of two spooky offerings:
Walt Handelsman: Turn off the TV
And the Tulsa World covers tools of the trade:
Bruce Plante: CIA spying tools
Finally, via the Washington Post, strike up the brand:
Ann Telnaes: The seal of approval