The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on Hit and Run Reason
This is, from everything I have been able to gather this week, the beginning of the end of Donald Trump.
The New Yorker and Slate, longtime impartial observers of our 45th president, declared the man who “could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody and I wouldn’t lose voters” has been done in by nothing more than the Comey memo.
The memo that no one, including The New York Times, which reported its existence, has seen but is sure to bring about impeachment proceedings.
“A Presidency of ideological meanness and unsurpassing incompetence has moved into another, more recognizable realm,” New Yorker editor David Remnick opined gravely. “The usual comparison is with the Watergate era.”
And we all know how that turned out.
Why, it was only last week the firing of the author of the phantom memo, former FBI director James Comey, was the beginning of thepost was originally published on this site