Impeachment: How are Democrats doing?

How do you assess an impeachment process so far, do you think that the Democrats are making a strong case for a impeachment or maybe not so much, and why?
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Will impeachment affect US presidential election in 2020?

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What’s next after attacks on Saudi oil facilities?

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Tehran was behind damaging drone attacks on two Saudi oil facilities but Yemen’s Iran-backed Houthi rebels said that they had carried out the attacks. From what we know what is your reading of a situation, and in your opinion what does the attacks mean for already very tense US-Iran-Saudi Arabia relations? Read few comments.
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G7: Will Trump try to buy the Eiffel Tower?

Do you think that concerns that President Donald Trump might blow up the G7 summit in Biarritz, France are justified, or you would not expect a big drama? Read few comments.


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What would China do about US missiles in the Indo-Pacific region?

Do you think that Beijing might be at some point interested in discussing short medium-range and intermediate-range missiles treaty and what might be China’s reaction if the US will try to deploy such missiles the Indo-Pacific region? Read few comments.
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El Paso shooting: Should we expect more far-right terrorist attacks?

We have seen couple of attacks in the US that probably could be described as the acts of a white nationalist, extreme far-right individuals (lone wolfs). What should be a reaction to this and do you see a danger that this far-right terrorist scene might be able and willing to carry out also some more sophisticated, coordinated attacks? Read few comments.
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What do Trump and Johnson tell us about the current world?

The US President is Donald Trump, UK PM is (soon to be) Boris Johnson. Does is tell us something profound about the current world we live in, and what? Or maybe it is less significant as some observers claim, and why? Read few comments.
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