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Reading Greg Miller's gripping new account of President Trump's entanglement in the Russia investigation, it's striking just how many of the president's difficulties have been self-created.It is simply a reporter's meticulously crafted narrative of how this implausible presidency unfolded, and how much of Trump's difficulty has been his own doing.When Trump visits the Post in March 2016, he's eager to disclose his hastily assembled team of foreign-policy advisers.How did these figures get on Trump's list of advisers? Trump seems to think he can bluff and bluster his way through.A revelatory passage describes how in the Comey fracas, Trump leaned hard on Daniel Coats, his director of national intelligence, and Adm. Michael Rogers, his NSA director.Trump's belief that he can just bulldoze through is evident again when he dictates a July 2017 statement claiming that his son Donald Jr.'s meeting a year before with a Russian lawyer promising dirt on Hillary Clinton was really about "adoption of Russian children". Trump's aides had argued instead for a "fulsome statement".
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