Michael Avenatti, Stormy Daniels’s attorney, speaks to the media after President Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, left the federal courthouse in New York on April 26. (Hector Retamal/AFP/Getty Images)
Opinion writer

UP: Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.)

DOWN: White House decency

UP: Michael Avenatti

DOWN: Novartis and AT&T

UP: Confusion about the Trump administration’s Iran policy

DOWN: U.S.-European relations

UP: House seat pickup opportunities for Democrats

DOWN: Evidence of a GOP domestic policy agenda

UP: Pressure on Michael Cohen to “flip”

DOWN: Chances President Trump will voluntarily sit for an interview with special counsel Robert S. Mueller III

UP: Chances Mueller will subpoena Trump if he doesn’t agree to an interview

DOWN: Chances the federal courts will allow Trump to evade a subpoena

UP: Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s first-week reviews

DOWN: Chief of staff John F. Kelly’s reputation

UP: Trump’s over-eagerness for a North Korea deal

DOWN: Chances Kim Jong Un gives up his nukes

UP: Tensions between Iran and Israel

DOWN: U.S. influence in the Middle East

UP: Economists warning about dangers of a trade war

DOWN: Trump’s understanding of a “trade deficit”