White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney said in an interview Wednesday he was caught off guard by the news of the subpoena and only found out when news reports broke. But people familiar with the matter say that’s more a reflection on Mulvaney’s role in the West Wing. As CNN’s Jeremy Herb reported, the subpoena was issued two weeks ago, and sources say the president was aware of it. [CNN]

MUELLER versus Trump has gone nuclear.

The accidental occupant of the White House let rip over the Don Jr. subpoena and other grievances praying to distract people from the New York Times story on Deranged Donald’s finances.

Trump’s hit a new level of manic.

The day after Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell bellowed “case closed,” we learn Senator Richard Burr issued a subpoena for Donald Trump, Jr. two weeks ago.

Today’s nonsensical word salad grabbed everything in the political garden. Trump invoked the Logan Act against former Secretary of State John Kerry. It was an unhinged spew.

The daily firehose of news has people tuning out.

The pace of change is maddening and it’s not over.

House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler was joined by Speaker Nancy Pelosi today in declaring a “constitutional crisis.”

We’re not there yet.

The courts have to weigh in next.

Republicans get time to think about what Trump’s blanket denial to Congress means for our democratic republic.

Republican Richard Burr isn’t running for reelection. He was proved to have delivered information to the White House through Mueller’s Report. No one but the senator can explain his actions but the subpoena to Don Jr. is a sign he believes the case against Trump on Russia and other matters is not closed.

Mitch McConnell was too busy sucking up to the guy in the White House to be interested in national security matters.

The Trump family continues to put our country in danger.