Criminal defense attorneys around the country are developing a new legal strategy that they call the “Trump did it” defense. These attorneys, who are waiting until the Inauguration to officially unveil their plan, say it will aid clients facing a wide range of charges, including sexual assault, perjury, embezzlement, securities fraud, espionage, and solicitation. “We are a nation of laws,” says Marty Klein, a public defender in Brooklyn. “That means that the same rules have to apply to the person at the top as apply to those at the bottom. If Trump isn’t held accountable for a behavior, that’s a signal that, hey, our society has judged that thing to be okay. Our clients should be held to the same low standard we hold our president to.” In other news, Twitter will change its terms of service to encourage personal abuse and ban excessive displays of tolerance.