These are the words of conservative correspondents:
[SIZE=3]After 10 weeks, Trump teeters on the brink[/SIZE]
Conservative commentators are already hitting the panic button. “Crisis reveals the character, the essential nature of a White House. Seventy days in, that is my worry,” Peggy Noonan writes in the Wall Street Journal. Adds former George W. Bush speechwriter Michael Gerson: “This is a pretty bad combination: empty, easily distracted, vindictive, shallow, impatient, incompetent and morally small. This is not the profile of a governing party.” This is a presidency on the brink of a free-fall, and it has to start repairing the damage on all of these fronts — popularity, the agenda, congressional relations, Russia, Flynn.