Trump may be gone within a year
HOW much longer can Donald Trump survive in the White House? He’s at war with the Supreme Court. He is fighting a bitter battle with Congress. He is on non-speaking terms with almost the entirety of the Press. Even elements of his own Republican Party have turned against him — and he’s been in office for less than three months. Now comes a very dangerous new development for the President. His short-lived National Security Adviser Mike Flynn, who was forced to resign over his links to Russia, has re-entered the fray. He said yesterday that he is ready to testify to a Congressional Committee investigating allegations that the Trump camp conspired with Russia to steal the election from Hillary Clinton. General Flynn has laid down one condition. He wants immunity from prosecution. Yet it is only six months since Mike Flynn said: ‘When you are given immunity that means you have probably committed a crime.’ Earlier this year, I warned that Donald Trump would most likely not last his full term of office. I am beginning to wonder whether the U. S. President will still be in the White House this time next year.