We have been assessing the Russia investigation and some of the assertions by President Trump in regards to the issue of "Self-Pardon" and some of the discussions by leading Scholars including Professor Turley of George Washington Law School--available by clicking it here.
The excerpts of a recent Wall Street Journal above underscores some of the challenges President Trump faces as the White House went through a staff shakeup and as the New White House Communications Director continues to insist that the US Intelligence Community was wrong in hits' assessment of the involvement of Russia. In the meantime, a number of key challenges loom including Venezuela, Iran (as apparently the President has decided on a much more aggressive course based on reporting from Foreign Policy), Israel (with the continued challenges in Jerusalem) and Gaza. A power-sharing deal that Mohammad Dahlan, the exiled Gaza Security Chief has worked out with Hamas which will result in a lifting of the Egyptian Blockade is quite a development which was reported on Al Jazeera on Sunday.
We conclude this with this from Israel on the realities on the ground in the aftermath of the current crisis from Israel's Haaretz: