Situational awareness: The Dow dropped another 400 points today. The market is down more than 3,000 points from its January peak.
This was quite a week for the president!
Be smart: Don't view this as part of a grand scheme.
Axios' Jonathan Swan emails: "Trump is doing what he used to do at Trump Tower. He’s waking up, watching cable news, making phone calls, watching more cable news, having some meetings, taking more calls (sometimes from cable news hosts and guests), watching more cable news. And improvising all the way."
And the N.Y. Times' Maggie Haberman tweets:
Chinese commandos combat in the mud during a seven-day extreme military exercises. Photo: He Junyi/China News Service/VCG via Getty Images
Step aside, prestige television, because documentaries are having their moment, the A.P.'s Mark Kennedy notes.
"Once considered more medicinal than entertaining and consigned to high-brow places like PBS and art house theaters, documentaries are scattered across the film and TV spectrum, as well as online portals like Facebook Watch or YouTube Red and on video streaming apps like go90."
“It feels like the golden age of documentary right now... It’s an amazing time to be making documentary stories.”— Josh Koury, a professor at Pratt Institute and a documentary filmmaker