For those who ask why should he care about a tiny minority of 1%, Indian Americans were, and continue to be, a factor in the changing demographics and politics of states driven by immigrants.
The black swan that some economists feared failed to glide in, plus the farce of an impeachment trial may turn out to be one of the more glaring miscalculations the Democratic Party has made.
America will have to wait till November to be convinced that Trump is indestructible, one who deserves what he calls 'full exoneration.'
With Washington claiming it has a superior system that others should strive for, a poor message has been sent and governments may be more reluctant to follow its lead.
Both sides have traded barbs and charges as the trial turns vitriolic in the Senate.
The impeachment charges are serious and appropriate. They will test the power of Congress to restrain the president.
If the net result is a lawless presidential legitimacy, the checks and balances of the US Constitution will need to be redefined.
Another notable lesson from the Trump impeachment is the regular repetition of the refrain by the Democrats that “No man including the President is above the law.”
Impeachment intensifies the polarization in politics that everyone worries about. That suits Trump fine.
The ‘phase one’ deal is far from solving all the issues on the table, but given that such a move seemed improbable not so long ago, it is a significant achievement.