Covering Washington during the Trump administration is a gloomy business. But Tuesday was a rare day for good cheer. Tuesday was the day that John Bolton stepped down as President Trump's national security adviser.
All Americans, and many millions of people around the world, should consider themselves fortunate that in the 17 months he served as Donald Trump's NSA, Bolton failed to realize what is always his foremost wish: to start a war. It wasn't for lack of trying — in Venezuela, in