And, don’t forget, the week begins with Trump expressing unease with the news that broke over the weekend that White House Counsel Don McGahn had spent more than 30 hours in interviews with the special counsel’s office.
The Point: Trump is no closer to being indicted today than he was at the start of the week. (The Justice Department has said a sitting president can’t be indicted.) But the combined damage done by Manafort, Cohen, Pecker and Weisselberg put Trump’s political fate — read: impeachment — on far shakier ground.
Below, the week that was, in 28 Trump headlines.