"They share much more important qualities in common, though. Like the Obama of 2008, Trump is an arrogant celebrity with a talent for branding who knows much less than he thinks and vastly overestimates his ability to fix the country's problems," a skeptical Mr. Lowry adds. "We've been here before. Give me humble. Give me boring. Give me wonky. Give me anything but another celebrity apprentice."
"They have it out for Issa, and this reporter obviously wasn't careful enough. The thrust of the story is that Issa is corrupt, and if you put that on the front page and played it with a big headline, you have the responsibility to take it back," said National Review editor Rich Lowry.