For news editors, a presidential election on top of a pandemic, a recession, and a nation-wide movement against racial injustice isn't a recipe for slow news days. It's probably one of the reasons that two months ago a story about a US Army general who broke ranks to make clear what the Constitution means received such scant mention. It deserved a headline. His action couldn't contrast more with a President who fails to grasp even the rudiments of the document or represent a better example of leadership in these challenging times.
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