Title of a must-read Andrew Sullivan article in New York Magazine. (No paywall) Sullivan asks the question as to whether or not the damage Trump has done is irreversible or irreparable. He also suggests that the faltering poll numbers for Teresa May's Tories in Britain, and the improbable triumph of centrist Macron in France might have something to do with a backlash against both Brexit and Trump. Sullivan asks the question that should be on everyone's mind. Millions of Americans losing their health insurance will be a tragedy. But the breakdown of the international order that has brought seventy years of peaceful prosperity to Western Europe and North America, while effectively keeping authoritarianism at bay would be a cataclysm of unimaginable proportions. Comparable to the effects of runaway global warming - just much more likely to arrive on our doorstep during our lifetimes, rather than those of our children.