Imagine GOP front-runner Trump making every general election debate about Clinton's FBI investigation.
His talk on taxes is welcome, but not his positioning against free trade.
A protracted Democratic nomination battle only helps the likely GOP nominee in the general.
Advertising sales, ratings and book sales are paramount for survival in the provocateur game.
Of four contenders, one depressing parallel seems apt: 1968.
He merely did the job the media have failed to do for so many months: He vetted Trump.
Exit polls from recent primaries have indicated that late-deciders moved against him.
This worn and weary campaign could start again, leaving Clinton and Sanders in the dust.
It simply is impossible that the American people will elevate such an obvious mountebank to the presidency.
They channel the worst of Nixon with looming legal troubles and thin-skinned negativity.