Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America point out the Senate hearings on Michael Flynn produced nothing that wasn’t already known but agree it’s a good thing President Trump removed Flynn after just a few weeks on the job. They also sigh as John Kasich offers a long-winded explanation about why he can’t speculate about running against Trump in 2020. And they discuss the rise of politically-driven divorces, primarily by couples bitterly divided over Trump.

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  1. John Russell Thatcher
    John Russell
    @JohnRussell

    And they discuss the rise of politically-driven divorces, primarily by couples bitterly divided over Trump

    I’m surprised that neither Jim nor Greg mentioned certain documented cases of happy couples of opposite political sympathies. I’m thinking of Mary Matalin and James Carville. Maybe also Mary Katherine Ham and her late husband Jake Brewer. If the rise of politically-driven divorces really has reached epidemic levels this fact might betoken a demand for a new life-coaching service, perhaps even a commercial opportunity for Mary Matalin and James Carville should they decide that their careers as political consultants have peaked.

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  2. Gary Robbins Reagan
    Gary Robbins
    @GaryRobbins

    Trump is unique among political figures. As a principled conservative, I will not date any woman who supports Trump as she has shown a lack of intellectual ability and ethical standards, and I would not be able to respect her.

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  3. JcTPatriot Inactive
    JcTPatriot
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    “They also sigh as John Kasich offers a long-winded explanation about why he can’t speculate about running against Trump in 2020.”

    Um, why are we wasting time talking about whether or not someone runs against Trump almost 4 years from now? Do you not understand that nobody cares right now? Please stop. There are hundreds of much more interesting subjects, as we try to fix America after 8 years of Obama. Just. Stop. Now.

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