Looking beyond Flynn, it seems like there are three ways forward.
First, status quo: we have four years of this stand-still, in which a dysfunctional presidencykeeps the entire nation in a permanent state of high drama and anxious alert, punctuated by the occasional act of brutality without a lot getting done.
Second, someone takes charge: either a James Baker-type fixer is brought in to stabilize the White House and regularize its operations so that Trump has the semblance if not reality of a functional presidency OR the Republican leadership steps in and figures out a way to sideline Trump either through resignation or impeachment.
I don’t see any other options. Am I missing anything?Corey Robin
3 Ways Forward For Trump
Corey Robin | professor of political science at Brooklyn College and the CUNY Graduate Center