Everyone Is Freaking Out

Arlene Bynon & John LeBoutillier analyze the Trump White House in the wake of the indictments and guilty plea of 3 campaign officials. What is happening now inside the upper echelon of the Trump Team? What is going to happen in the immediate future? Will Trump fire Special Counsel Mueller and/or grant preemptive pardons to all involved in the Trump-Russia Scandal? What is Mueller's strategy?


Uncivil Times

Arlene Bynon & John LeBoutillier examine the increasing chaos in the Oval Office and how this has prompted Senators Bob Corker and Jeff Flake to separate themselves from Donald Trump. While his poll numbers reach all-time lows, Presidents G.W. Bush and Obama  decry the tone of this Administration while the Trump Team furiously fights back with diversions and distractions. Meanwhile Special Counsel Robert Mueller inexorably marches toward a final decision. How long can this status quo last? Can the GOP survive? Can Trump survive?


Let us look at "President TR..." of the United States:
1. He was born in New York City;
2. In his teens he was sent away to a boarding school;
3. He graduated from a prestigious Ivy League college;
4. From his early days he was brash and outspoken;
5. He was also egotistical;

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    He's Come Undone

Arlene Bynon & John LeBoutillier look at the deterioration in President Trump - according to his very best friends, allies, appointees and staffers. From Rex Tillerson calling the POTUS a F***ing moron," to his long-time friend, Tom Barrack, saying, "He is better than this," and Steve Bannon saying Trump has only a 30% chance of making it through his term, it is clear: Trump is coming undone.



Arlene Bynon & John LeBoutillier look at Trump's responses to a series of disasters - some out of his control and some of his own making. From the Las Vegas shootings to Puerto Rico - and from North Korea to the GOP Civil War - the question is: can Trump handle disasters - or does he make them worse? Does his chaotic management style tame disasters or create new ones? What about the NFL, White House "private emails" and the excessive use of private jets? Will Americans soon be shouting "lock them up" at the Trump Team? Is his Administration on a successful track - or is it, too, becoming a disaster?