Senior Fellow John Hudak analyzes how the Manafort and Cohen guilty pleas and conviction will affect voting and candidate behavior in the 2018 midterm elections. He also explains why Trump is unlikely to be removed from office, even if he is impeached.
Removing a president from office might be less disruptive than you think
Is the Republican Party really Donald Trump’s party?
Unpacked: Presidential pardons and obstruction of justice
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