Nixon’s Predicament Versus Trump’s

A growing number of Trump critics say there is no longer any good reason not to impeach the president of the United States. Columnist Mehdi Hasan of The Intercept podcast points to several arguments against impreachment that he says don’t hold water. Among them, the argument that impeachment would generate sympathy for Trump, and why even bother, since there are not enough votes in the Senate to convict. He cites how the public was largely sympathetic to Nixon when Democrats of that time first raised prospects for impeachment. He say the public turned against the president as more was revealed about Nixon’s abuses of power. Certain that he would be impeached and removed from office, Nixon resigned in August of 1974. On-Target’s Larry Sparano argues that much of the Nixon dynamic does not apply to Trump –yet. Here’s Larry in conversation with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:

State of the Union: A Win or Loss for Trump?

Democrats are quickly pointing out what they say are all the distortions, exaggerations and lies in Trump’s State-of-the-Union address.  But will it make any difference heading into the 2020 election season?  Will Trump continue to hold his base, and perhaps even win new support?   And can Democrats rally enough votes to oust him by attacking his credibility?   Hear what On-Target’s Larry Sparano thinks, in his latest discussion with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York: