Today in 5 Lines President Trump officially endorsed Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, tweeting that “Democrats refusal to give even one vote for massive Tax Cuts is why we need Republican Roy Moore to win in Alabama.” Trump signed a proclamation that will significantly reduce the boundaries of two national monuments in Utah. The Supreme Court will allow the full enforcement of Trump’s travel ban restricting travel from six Muslim-majority countries. Trump criticized the special counsel’s Russia investigation and said he feels “very badly” for former National-Security Adviser Mike Flynn who pleaded guilty on Friday to lying to FBI agents. And in an interview with Axios, Trump’s lawyer John Dowd said the “president cannot obstruct justice.” Today on The Atlantic The Politics of Impeachment: Impeaching President Trump looks as unlikely as ever, argues Peter Beinart. Here’s why. Caught in the Crossfire: President Trump’s tweets criticizing the Justice Department and the FBI don’t just insult their leaders—they create a morale crisis for federal employees. (Jack Goldsmith) Should Billy Bush Be Forgiven?: Megan Garber writes that the television host’s recent New York Times op-ed might actually help explain how misogyny spreads in the entertainment industry. Follow stories throughout the day with our Politics & Policy portal. Snapshot President Trump holds up a signed proclamation to shrink the size of Bears Ears and Grand Staircase Escalante National Monuments at the Utah State Capitol. Rick Bowmer / AP What We’re Reading From Roy: One of the women who claimed that Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore pursued her when she was a teenager shared evidence of her relationship with him. (Stephanie McCrummen, The Washington Post) The Power of the People: The office of the president has become too powerful and too ornamental, argues Jay Cost. Here’s how Americans can tame it. (National Review) A Statute Worthy of Fear: If former National-Security Adviser Michael Flynn violated the Logan Act, then the “senior official” directing him would also be implicated. That could mean jail time—or impeachment. (Daniel Hemel and Eric Posner, The New York Times) Whiskey vs.