Trump takes to Twitter, of course. The Supreme Court "doesn't like me" after the DACA decision went against him.
A sure sign Moscow Mitch is desperate. He's putting a doomed-to-fail abortion restriction bill on the floor of the Senate to help save his OWN Senate seat.
Leave it to Chris Cillizza to pretend Trump and the Republican Party are separate. Who voted for him again?
For the conservative base, Kavanaugh is now about "owning the libs," and Mitch McConnell knows the power that lives in those words.
They're scared to death of his base and his base doesn't care what he does.
Until now, I've believed that Donald Trump could hold on to his base even if his presidency continued to be a miserable failure.
News organizations are reporting that the Trump transition is a disaster, run by score-settlers who otherwise have no idea what they're doing.
Here's Jim Rutenberg, the man picked to replace David Carr as media critic of The New York Times, with the laziest take imaginable on the subject of Donald Trump.
Charles Krauthammer raises his eyebrows at Trump's "rock solid" core of support.
How did this happen? Where did the insolent rabble learn such disrespect for the Republican Party?
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