Rich, Reihan, Charlie, and Michael hit off this episode of The Editors with a lively tussle over trade issues, followed by a discussion of Trump’s Iran and NATO diplomacy, and finish off by glancing at the Cohen tape.

Editors’ picks:
• Rich: Alexander Nazaryan’s cover piece on Berkeley in the new print issue.
• Reihan: Graham Hillard’s piece in defense of landline phones.
• Charlie: Fred Bauer on “The Communal Roots of Individual Liberty”.
• MBD: Patrick O’Donnell’s piece on the importance of World War I.

Light items:
• Rich: His enjoyment of the East India Club in London.
• Reihan: Jay Cost’s The Price of Greatness.
• Charlie: On buying his two-year-old a guitar.
• MBD: His positive experience with the MTA lost and found.

The Editors is hosted by Rich Lowry and produced by Sarah Schutte.

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  1. Fresch Fisch Member
    Fresch Fisch

    Charles, start playing this for your son.


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