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The Fire This Time

As President Trump stokes anti-immigrant fervor, California represents a warning for Republicans—and a road map for the resistance



BURN NOTICE Facing tough midterm elections, Trump has imposed a “zero tolerance” policy at the border, describing immigrants as criminals who “infest our country.” Most Republicans support him.
Illustration by ALEX FINE

“Putin believed he would have more patience than the West.”

THE IMAGES OF SCREAMING CHILDREN WERE searing, the cries unforgettable.

In June, as the public reeled from around-theclock coverage of the Trump administration’s systemic separation of immigrant families, the president dug in. “They could be murderers and thieves and so much else,” Trump said of those crossing the border. “We want a safe country, and it starts with the borders, and that’s the way it is.”

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OVER THE MOON When the world first learned of a historic summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, the news didn’t come from a presidential tweet or a state-run media announcement. More than any other player in this diplomatic drama, South Korean President Moon Jae-in was most responsible for the historic meeting. Acting as mediators between Trump and Kim, he and his top aides had spent months encouraging, cajoling and flattering the two leaders into accepting the conditions that made their denuclearization talks possible. For Moon, the Singapore summit was a diplomatic and political triumph.In the wake of the meeting, polls showed Moon en-joying his highest approval ratings since his election in May 2017.