The complexity of investigating Trump, lampooned in a legendary piece of satire, has been rendered moot (and it's not even Sunday).
Republicans who worried that the EU ambassador was going to flip were treated to a gymnastics routine.
With no coherent strategy beyond bare survival, the president's allies wildly pivot between defenses as the day slips away.
The president sends a message to his lawbreaking loyalists: Maintain silence and you'll earn your "get out of jail free" card.
As it turns out, it can be quite difficult to defend the indefensible.
A litany of naive decisions has enshrined a system in which the rot lives right out in the open.
The Sondland scandal should prompt lawmakers to end the practice of rewarding deep-pocketed cronies with plum overseas postings.
The Beltway pundit set should, perhaps, take his baseball-fan opponents seriously, not literally.
Lacking any defense on the merits, the president wants his allies to delegitimize the impeachment inquiry—and be seen doing it.