#MeToo, Roy Moore… How will this affect US politics?

It seems now that the Republicans, President Donald Trump are pretty firmly supporting Roy Moore. Democrat Al Franken amid his resignation announcement has blasted Republican hypocrisy on sexual misconduct.  With all the MeToo campaigns and Time’s Person of the Year for Silence Breakers how much do you think the sexual misconduct and allegations and parties positions towards those issues could be a broader political topic in America which may have an visible effect on voters? Read few comments.
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Trump’s biggest achievement is that he is still in office

Donald Trump won the elections with the slogan MAGA (whatever it means) one year ago. What are his biggest achievements and the biggest failures when you assess his one year after the elections?  Read few comments.


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SCOTUS: What will Democrats do over Judge Neil Gorsuch?

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Judge Neil Gorsuch. Credit: https://www.ca10.uscourts.gov/

Judge Neil Gorsuch. Credit: https://www.ca10.uscourts.gov/

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Clinton vs Sanders: Towards a contested convention?

Bernie Sanders said: The Democratic National Convention will be a contested convention. But how realistic or unrealistic is this scenario especially when Hillary wins California primary? Is Sanders pushing for concessions (maybe Veep post, perhap not for him personally but maybe for somebody who is close to him)? Read few comments.

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Trump beats or matches Clinton in some polls. But…

The polls are tricky and Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are not in the same position as she still fights Bernie Sanders in primaries. But if we look at some polls Clinton and Trump are tied in likely November matchup. How do you read such polls or maybe we should not pay much attention to them? Read few comments.

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Donald Trump as a nominee? Towards a contested GOP convention?

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This is the time where primaries matter

With primaries in South Carolina and caucuses in Nevada we are inching toward Super Tuesday. A duel between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders is heating up and Donald Trump still leads in many polls. So how do you see the race? Does Sanders have a path to Democratic nomination? How strong is Trumps among the GOP? Read few comments.

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