On the morning of November 9, 2016, America’s elite—its talking and deciding classes—woke up to a country they did not know. To most privileged and well-educated Americans, especially those living in its bicoastal bastions, the election of Donald Trump had been a thing almost impossible even to imagine. What sort of country would go and elect someone like Trump as president? Certainly not one they were familiar with, or understood anything about.
Senate Dems ask DHS inspector general for probe of Trump’s business arrangement The Hill. This looks lame. One of the rules of politics is to focus on winnable fights. As Jerri-Lynn discussed quite a while back, the Emoluments Clause is a non-starter as far as Trump is concerned. Why are the Dems not fighting on policy issues?
Max Méndez Beck phrased it this way:
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