The impeachment trial of Donald Trump was a risky electoral move that has blown up in the Democrats’ faces. Even if they weren’t able to dethrone him, their strategy was to poison public opinion against him. But according to Gallup polls, 53% of Americans were not in favor of the strategy.
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The idea of America was compelled to face the crucial test of the primacy of the rule of law, fairness, truth, justice and equity.
Trump can’t even talk truthfully about the unity of his own party because he will immediately have his face rubbed in the Romney issue.
[W]hat will happen this year, particularly in the coming U.S. election ... is a popular 'sequel' to Trump’s trial.
Even with months of campaigning still ahead, the sad reality is that the die is already cast.
For the first time, a non-English language work has been welcomed onto Hollywood’s sacred ground.
Since ... Watergate ... presidents do not give even the faintest impression of interfering in judicial affairs. Trump has flouted this practice since his first day in office.
[T]he polarization between Democrats and Republicans is apparent from actions that are unusual in American politics.
For the Democratic Party to achieve a final victory, it doesn’t just need a weakened Trump, but a strong candidate of its own.
Facts do not matter in the U.S. anymore ... The primary goal is retention of power.