Yes, the Clintons are Playing Us. But Will They Get Away With It?

A couple of weeks ago, I devoted a column to reflecting on the signal oddity of this campaign season. “There is no reason to believe,” I wrote, “that the supreme oddity that has characterized this primary season has run its course.” I expected, and expect, more of it.

And so it goes. I could not have imagined, two weeks ago, that Bill Clinton would delay a flight to arrange a private meeting with Attorney General Loretta Lynch.

Odd, what?