The party needs to focus on winning elections, not removing Trump.
His Islamophobic tweets, feud with Britain, and supposed plans to replace Rex Tillerson are creating a highly combustible situation.
A centrist Popular Front to fight the unpopular president would only demoralize Democrats and empower Trumpism.
As sexual misconduct scandals hit Capitol Hill, it makes even more sense for the party to run a female candidate against the sexist president.
There's little the GOP can do to reverse course under Trump.
Trump's rhetoric was extreme. The GOP establishment's was even worse.
As the Russia investigation heats up, Trump is attacking his vanquished rival yet again. Clinton should use his obsession to Democrats' advantage.