The minute the impeachment trial was over, Trump took off like a meth-addled wolverine, revenge tweeting about Mitt Romney, taunting Democrats with a video suggesting he’s going to be in office forever, and mocking politicians who pray (while speaking at a prayer breakfast). The president’s behavior was boorish and childish, but also predictable. Entirely, completely predictable. All these predicates perfectly map out what will happen as Trump attempts to explain away his Attorney General Bill Barr allegedly intervening to secure a lighter sentence for Trump crony Roger Stone. Stone, of course, has been found guilty of obstructing a Congressional investigation that could have damaged the president. And to make sure Stone ends up with a light sentence, you better believe Trump is about to do some “beautiful,” “perfect” obstruction of his own.