(CNN)Although this week was dominated with DNC headlines, there were other compelling Washington moments worth examining. In case you missed it, Trump embraced the fringe internet conspiracy theory QAnon, because “they like me.” Steve Bannon and three associates were arrested (on a yacht, no less). And the future of the post office has never been so relevant.
MondayFederal judge blocks Trump administration’s rollback of Obama-era transgender health care protectionsTrump warns of ‘rigged election’ as he uses conspiracy and fear to counter Biden’s convention weekDemocrats cast 2020 choice as between Biden’s empathy and Trump’s chaos on first night of conventionTuesdaySecurity guard who met Biden in elevator gives first nominating speech at Democratic conventionTrump’s and first lady’s ballots have been returned in FloridaPresidential campaigns already preparing for nightmare voting scenariosRead MoreWednesdayTrump embraces QAnon conspiracy because ‘they like me’Kamala Harris officially becomes the first Black woman to be a major party’s vice presidential nominee‘A growing sense of panic’ with no fresh federal relief in sightThursdaySteve Bannon, three others charged with fraud in border wall fundraising campaignTrump in overdrive to produce a blockbuster RNC that outshines DemsFridayPostmaster general: Delivering ballots on time ‘No. 1 priority’ between now and Election DayDemocrats to stage week of counterprogramming to Republican convention