Picture it: The Donald J. Trump Presidential Library and Museum. Visit the Gallery of Tweets and the Wing of “Perfect” Calls. Snap a souvenir selfie of yourself carting off a replica of Nancy Pelosi’s podium before chowing down on “Bigly Burgers” at the Covfefe Cafe.
I’ll be there. Just as I will someday visit Barack Obama’s and President Joe Biden’s libraries. Just as I have walked through each of the 13 presidential museums administered by the National Archives save for Lyndon B. Johnson’s (Austin, Texas) — which I shall rectify post-pandemic.
In addition to their caches of precious documents, presidential libraries pay tribute to the accomplishments and flaws of our chief executives — and celebrate the cities and towns across the nation from whence they came.
However, Trump turned untruth not just into an art form but a weapon, and the Archives faces the tremendous task of fashioning a faithful narrative of his years in office: good, bad and very…