Regardless of the pleasantries and display of unity shared today between President Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in the Rose Garden, make no mistake about how the Kentucky Republican’s career will end: with his resignation.
As the Democratic party struggles to find its way out of the darkness and into the majority at all layers of government, there is an issue they can seize on to flip key swing voters: trade. The question is if the party is willing to take it.
As reports of possible collusion with the Russian government continue to bog down Donald Trump’s presidency, Jeff Flake has the green light to go all in on opposing Trump. After all, Trump is already all in on destroying Flake.