Don't look now, but the director of Office of Personnel Management, Dale Cabaniss, resigned Tuesday in protest of how she was treated by one of Trump's latest college hunk hires, John McEntee.
The U.S. Office of Personnel Management has publicly warned federal employees about violating the Hatch Act after FBI officials have been seemingly trying to undermine Hillary Clinton's campaign with a series of actions and leaks just days before the election.
Let's assume the almost-worst case scenario for Thursday: The U.S. Supreme Court strikes down the mandate but leaves all of the consumer protections in place. Armageddon ensues, at least from the perspective of insurers, right? Well, yes and no.