Sign up to get our new weekly column as a newsletter. We’re looking back at the strongest, smartest opinion takes of the week from CNN and other outlets. (CNN)When Donald Trump was growing up in the New York of the 1950s, Easter was a grand civic festival as well as a religious holiday. He was eight in 1955, when a balmy day brought out about two million people for the Easter Parade along and around Fifth Avenue. “Hats were large, small, sensible, silly, be-flowered, tailored, and of virtually every hue ever conceived by nature or man,” wrote Edith Evans Asbury in the New York Times. So, maybe it was no surprise that the President talked Tuesday of reopening a country largely shuttered against the spread of coronavirus by Easter, which falls on April 12. “For me, for a lot of our friends, that’s a very special day,” Trump said. “What a great timeline this would be.” But by week’s end, the word out of the White House was that the Easter target for relaxing restrictions was “aspirational.” Public health officials stressed that America was in for a longer period of enforced isolation — with the streets of New York, the


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