What’s arguably more interesting is that Trump seems to think that part of his role as President is to give a running commentary on the state of the opposition.
It is a great problem for Israel that the majority of American Jews will probably vote for the Democratic nominee, whoever that is.
Perhaps even Trump himself wished to be convicted, for he knows he can move like an eel in murky waters ...
Great American democracy sometimes has some bizarre customs ...
Should his collapse continue – should Joe Biden become Joe Palooka – it won’t matter.
America cannot afford yet another experiment with an angry populist in the White House.
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.
Biden has one advantage. Sanders has another. It's impossible to say which of those advantages would be more important for a Democrat in overthrowing Trump.
The Democrats' choice for its presidential nominee will have serious consequences because they will have to decide between two radically different visions for the country.