From The NewYorker, an editorial by Michael Luo, editor of newyorker.com, about Trump:
For those whose task it has been to report on, probe, or just make sense of the most unorthodox Presidency in American history, it has been a manic hundred days. The primary daily chroniclers of the Trump Administration for The New Yorker, John Cassidy, Amy Davidson, and Ryan Lizza, have collectively written more than a hundred columns during that span. Read together, they are a diary of this Administration's alarming edicts, stumbling policy reversals, disquieting personnel decisions, frequent tantrums, and bumbling incompetence. It is an exhausting and terrifying litany.
The riddle is whether the Trump Administration will, in the end, lurch toward something resembling the ordinary or if it will persist as the reality-show Presidency. Shock-value nonsense is survivable; the danger is that the drama will turn darker. There is also the question of what will become of the resistance to this Presidency, which The New Yorker has endeavored to narrate as well. Marches, with their throngs, are thrilling, but the prospects for channelling that energy into votes and, ultimately, a lasting movement feel just as uncertain as the prognosis for this Administration.
Here is a look back at some of the stories from The New Yorker that charted this tumultuous passage we have travelled together since the Inauguration: