The president repeatedly has demonstrated his love, and even need, for adulation. Correctly supposing he’ll receive neither at tonight’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner in D.C., he’s heading for the Keystone State — his biggest electoral college win last November — to mark his 100th day in office with what he hopes will be the embrace of an adoring crowd (what are the odds that there’ll be a round or three of “LOCK HER UP” or ‘BUILD THAT WALL?”).

This will be the second time Trump’s returned to our state for a political dog-and-pony show since the election. Obviously, he enjoys some sense of security from it and us.