John McLaughlin, a presidential pollster, recently quipped that if public anger at impeachment continues to swell, worried Democrats will be inclined to pass more of Trump’s agenda in order to give them cover in their elections next year. According to the Washington Examiner:
“Democrats in states and districts the president won are at serious risk if they vote for impeachment. So they are rushing to vote for the president’s popular positions,” he said, adding, “If [House Speaker Nancy] Pelosi and [Senate Minority Leader Chuck] Schumer keep pressing impeachment, it’s likely the president will get his entire agenda passed and reelected in a landslide.”
Trump Administration Accomplishments Last Week
- Approval of Trump’s 50th federal appeals judge.
- Tentative agreement on trade with China.
- An agreement on a new U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade deal.
- A new budget including more than $1.3 billion for a border wall.
- House approval of the U.S. Space Force, a brand-new branch of the military.
- The signing of a pro-Israel anti-Semitism executive order.
More Good News
Furthermore, reports editors at BRIGHT (The Federalist), in more good news for Donald Trump, former FBI Director James Comey on “Fox News Sunday” admitted that the FBI made mistakes when obtaining warrants to spy on the 2016 Trump campaign, reports
Comey Admits He Was Wrong
Regarding FISA orders to monitor Trump campaign advisor Carter Page, Comey said, “I was overconfident in the procedures that the FBI and Justice had built over 20 years. I thought they were robust enough. It’s incredibly hard to get a FISA. I was overconfident in those, because he’s right, there was real sloppiness.” More from the New York Post:
The internal watchdog for the Justice Department, Michael Horowitz, testified last week about 17 “significant errors and omissions” in the FBI getting orders to monitor Carter Page under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
“He’s right, I was wrong,” Comey told “Fox News Sunday.”
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