* Appearing in the U.K. today, Donald Trump had an incredible opportunity to look and act like a president. He failed so spectacularly, it's as if he weren't even trying (http://on.msnbc.com/28VurVF).
* For some Americans, the #Brexit results and Europe's unraveling may seem like a distant concern, unrelated to the U.S. Here's why that assumption is a mistake (http://on.msnbc.com/28RaRVo).
* Ted Cruz, Sarah Palin, and Jeff Sessions recognize the global crisis Brexit has sparked. But for rather hilarious reasons, they're celebrating anyway (http://on.msnbc.com/28Vgwyq).
* On a related note, there's a lot of talk today about the nationalistic parallels between Brexit and the Trump campaign, but the differences matter, too (http://on.msnbc.com/28XW7s0).
* Paul Ryan had a bold idea: come up with a detailed policy agenda that proves Republicans are a credible governing party. Oops (http://on.msnbc.com/28W7OQW).
* Bernie Sanders was presented with a straightforward question: "Are you going to vote for Hillary Clinton in November?" His answer wasn't something we'd heard from the Vermont senator before (http://on.msnbc.com/292dN4B).