The 94-year-old has overtaken the title from former President George H.W. Bush, who died last November.
Susan Mulcahy, formerly a gossip writer for the Post's Page Six, believes Trump would grow bored with his job if people stopped paying attention to him.
The top job is kinda hard, apparently.
Luck, accidents and misjudgments, though often inglorious, have often proved important in wars and politics.
Trump, like Bush, appears to lack curiosity and without curiosity, there cannot be a well-stocked mind. Nothing, but nothing, we have heard from Trump suggests wide knowledge or a thirst for it.
Abraham Lincoln was sworn in as president 155 years ago today.
Jimmy Carter as Jesus. Enough said.
Sorry, James Buchanan.
Photos show the former president's most important moments.
Would you consider voting for someone for President with whom you often disagree on specific stances, but whom you feel in your heart of hearts is practicing the virtues that you most prize? Is it time to resuscitate the tradition of old of voting for candidates on virtue-based criteria?