On Tuesday, the House is to vote on a resolution to end Mr. Trump’s national emergency, which he declared in order to use expanded powers to funnel money to his promised border wall. More than 25 former Republican lawmakers and nearly 60 former senior national security officials are urging Republicans to sign on, and there could be enough defections to give the measure momentum in the Senate. Above, construction this month on a border fence seen from Tijuana, Mexico. So at last some questions should be answered or at least addressed: Is there more to the story of Russia’s involvement in the election than is already publicly known? Did the Trump campaign cross lines that others have not before? Has the president used his power to improperly impede investigators? Or have Democrats assumed too much in their zeal to bring Mr. Trump down? Have journalists connected too many dots that do not really add up? Can there be conclusions that are widely accepted in such a polarized era?
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Log InAs always, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN was first to the news and it was all downhill on Twitter from there. • “We’re heading for a historic deal,” Larry Kudlow, director of the National Economic Council, said in an interview on CNBC yesterday. “The outlook for a deal is very positive.”