Why impeaching Trump is unlikely (CNN). Apparently there’s a flaw to that whole remove-him-with-the-25th argument (Hot Air). From Jennifer Rubin: It is not meant for a situation in which the president is so stupid as to raise questions about whether he is a danger to the country (Washington Post). Another story notes “If Trump leaves office prematurely for any reason, President Pence will immediately be denounced as far worse. In fact, it would happen before he even took office. In fact it’s already happening. That this is true is testament to the fundamentally unprincipled nature of the Left. Whatever looks like a winning strategy on Thursday is what matters, even if it nullifies everything you said you believed on Monday” (National Review). Larry Elder says it’s Maxine Waters who should worry about impeachment (Townhall). Meanwhile, Comey controversy isn’t new (Federalist). Now that it’s not about Hillary, the ACLU wants to know what Comey has to say (The Hill). The New York Times warns us that the far right is building an “alternative narrative about the crisis around Trump” (NY Times). How the Trump controversy compares in light of the Obama/Clinton handling of classified information (National Review).