One of the oldest (and most trusted) hands in America told a large group of CEOs in New York City on Friday: “Simply put, Trump has lost control of his presidency. He still has all the power of the office, but for someone who spent a portion of his life in real estate litigation, he shows once again he has not learned the first rule of legal combat: It is often better to say nothing and do nothing.”
That voice isn’t a partisan, but our kitchen cabinet of Republicans is growing notably more bearish, even though slam-dunk evidence of “high crimes and misdemeanors” hasn’t emerged.
“Another week, and no progress on the GOP agenda,” said a GOP sage. “Infrastructure Week turned into Comey Week. No one really knows Trump and came to D.C. with him. He is a president on an island, all alone. … [T]he ability to get anything done is in double jeopardy.”