The Democrats’ failure to provide evidence that would cut through the Republican Party is a political defeat for them.
[T]he trust voters placed in the president is not a blank check, but a pledge that cannot be broken without consequence.
The conservative party is no longer Ronald Reagan's or George Bush’s party, but Trump’s.
The U.S. constitutional system has never had to face such a challenge.
The chinks in Trump’s armor will not stop his most loyal allies in Congress from continuing to defend him tooth and nail.
[I]n spite of the seriousness of the instability that Trump has caused in the world, the greatest danger that today emanates from the White House is not international; it’s domestic.
The testimony risks disappointing the president’s opposition as well as his supporters.
The nonevent that was Mueller’s testimony will likely be quickly forgotten, but his warning should not be.