Sally Quinn, columnist and writer, who was married to Washington Post Publisher, Ben Bradlee, calls the scandals surrounding the Trump administration worse than Watergate. She described the administration as being in "complete chaos" lacking "decency" and "honesty."
The establishment has served noticed. We are not going to tolerate soft on Trump.
For many Democrats, when it comes to the most divisive and unpopular president in modern history, there is only one word they want to see uttered in the context of Donald Trump's future, and as California Senator Dianne Feinstein has found out in recent days, painfully, that word is “impeachment” and certainly not “patience.”
“Look, this man is going to be president, most likely for the rest of this term,” Feinstein said at an event at the Commonwealth Club of California in San Francisco earlier this week. “I think we have to have some patience—it’s eight months into the tenure of the presidency.”
...She did not have to wait long to learn how her comments would be received. The audience immediately greeted her words with boos and shouts of, “Oh, come on.”
Now that's a stupid idea. I can't imagine his advisors would come up with such an idiotic plan to contain North Korea's nuclear program:
President Donald Trump on Sunday upped pressure on South Korea and China to help contain North Korea’s nuclear ambitions, after his tough talk against the rogue nation failed to stop Pyongyang from another major provocation.
In a series of tweets, Trump accused South Korea of appeasement toward North Korea and warned the United States is looking at halting trade with any country doing business with the repressive regime, a threat that is almost impossible to back up given American dependence on Chinese imports.