There won't be a mass rejection of Trump in the GOP.
This is what you get when you ask a Republican -- no, not just the president or his spawn, but virtually any Republican -- to bridge the partisan gap.
On the day impeachment hearings go public, Republicans will immediately pounce on the opportunity to inject the name of the person they believe is the whistleblower into the discussion. Guaranteed.
The Trump base will (probably) come to know the real facts, but they'll still have experienced the rage manufactured by the liars, and that's the outcome the GOP and its propagandists want.
Just a couple of "centrists" dreaming about making America "decent" again, who happen to be well-connected to the Koch network.
Mollie Hemingway is nodding and winking at the notion that "true patriot" citizen soldiers will take up arms and storm the capital, and it seems as if she'd approve of that.
He can cancel the papers, but he can't cancel everyone's personal online subscriptions.
Trump is not even good at grifting.
If Trump hadn't gotten personally involved, the right-wing "investigate the investigators" witch hunt would have gone along swimmingly without him. So why did he do it?
This is not the fringe. This is mainstream conservatism. This is who conservatives are in 2019.
How many more fainting couches will the political insiders need after this?
The folks at The Washington Post who are handicapping the Democratic primaries have decided to predict a possible 2020 Republican presidential race if Trump is removed from office.
Trump's enemy isn't "the House of Representatives," or Adam Schiff's House Intelligence Committee. The enemy is the Democratic Party.
Trump can't get out of his own way.
For anyone wondering what the GOP (and Fox's) response to the Trump whistleblower story will be, here you go. They're in full damage control mode to make sure there'll be no consequences for the president.