Like the reality television show which brought him to power, the loss of Trump’s power may fittingly come via the content of another kind of reality show.
The Democrats would do well to brush up on their Greek classical philosophy, before they learn the lesson the hard way in 2020. Aristotle knew of what he spoke, and Trump is schooling his opposition like he’s a disciple.
The problem ... is that impeachment carries the risk of having the opposite effect of what its proponents are counting on.
There is not even a small chance the Senate would convict Mr. Trump. So what would the process accomplish?
Robert Mueller said almost nothing new when he addressed the American people for the first time about his investigation into Russian election interference. But it was an electric moment.
[A]n irritated and frustrated president can focus on irrational things, and act in dangerous, irreversible ways.