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Russia poses such a cyberthreat to the United States that Mr. Coats last week said “the warning lights are blinking red again.” There used to be no doubt that American leaders could be counted on to defend the interests of the United States and the democratic alliance it led. President Ronald Reagan did so in 1987 when he exhorted the Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev to “tear down” the Berlin Wall. So did President George H.W. Bush when he told Mr. Gorbachev that Germany would remain in NATO after unification in 1990. And President Obama did so before the 2016 election when he told Mr. Putin to knock off the hacking . Other than according Mr. Putin the honor of a meeting that begins to erase the ostracism he suffered for invading Ukraine, it is hard to see what Mr. Trump accomplished.
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But the larger lesson was not lost. So many of us dutifully refrain from using double negatives like “I don’t never go there,” “I don’t like no politicians,” “I can’t hardly wait.” Their unacceptability is such that The New York Times stylebook doesn’t even have an entry on them — the assumption is that nobody would think to use such a nonstandard construction. This animus against double negatives, however, did not always exist. As my Pocket Fowler’s Modern English Usage notes, “They were once a feature of standard English, and are to be found in Chaucer, Shakespeare and other writers up to the 17th century.” The idea was that negatives in a sentence were self-reinforcing, not self-cancelling. But gradually that logic changed — “An arithmetical argument replaced a linguistic one,” Fowler’s says — and by the 18th century, grammar books denounced double negatives, and playwrights depicted lower-class characters as using them. What the president now says he should have said doesn’t really fall in the category of the usual frowned-upon double negative. What he claims he meant to say, “I don’t see any reason why it wouldn’t be” Russia behind the election hacking, isn’t ungrammatical. What he did say, “I don’t see any reason why it would be” Russia, was grammatical, too. It was also front-page news.
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(Famously, the film was initially announced as the winner by mistake, before it finally went to Moonlight). Claire Foy – best known for playing a young Queen Elizabeth II in The Crown – will star as Armstrong’s wife Janet, while Corey Stoll and Lukas Haas will portray astronauts Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins respectively. The film will be released in the US on 12 October. “I wanted to look at just how radical, crazy and controversial the whole mission was,” Chazelle told BBC News last month. Image caption Another of Chazelle’s films, La La Land, opened the festival in 2016 “What’s the psychology it takes to be the individual taking those first steps? At a time when a lot of people think it will be a failure that will potentially cost your life? “I became fascinated by Neil, and in what must have been going through his head in the months and years leading up to that mission – and how superhuman it was.” The opening film at Venice normally serves as one of the earliest and most high-profile bids for awards season. Several films to have launched the festival in recent years have gone on to awards glory – such as Birdman and Black Swan. Gravity, Everest, The Reluctant Fundamentalist, The Ides of March and last year’s Downsizing have also served as the opening night film. Image caption Michael Collins, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin pictured in 1969 Venice’s 75th annual festival begins on 29 August and runs until 8 September. It coincides with the Telluride Film Festival and the Toronto Film Festival, which are also both traditionally Oscars indicators.