What would a Republican victory in the midterms mean? First, it would be a confirmation of Trump.
Finally, and perhaps most unnervingly for Trump, it is simply not possible to know what evidence Mueller and his team of investigators have gathered because in a capital that is awash with leaks his is the only office that has proved to be watertight.
Trump needs the NRA and its 5 million members. All of them are potential Trump voters.
What did the Republicans really expect?
[B]ecause of [Trump], although it will actually work against him, the world is going to know what Russia really is.
If all this turns out to be true, we are looking at a new Watergate. Moreover, this scandal would be twice the scale of the one that led to Nixon’s resignation.
A year since the election that brought him to power, there is little to celebrate for a president whose proposed changes cannot even find consensus among his supporters.
Why should Russian sourced stories – if they indeed occurred – be any more influential than US generated stories, including the false claims from the candidates themselves?