This is the picture I can’t get out of my mind: Justice John Roberts sitting at his desk, looking sad and anguished. He is thinking about the horrific riots on Jan. 6 and the role one of his former clerks played in fueling the mayhem.

Call me romantic, but I can’t help wondering how Roberts must feel about Josh Hawley, his former clerk.

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