Will impeachment affect US presidential election in 2020?

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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 should/will allies do about US President Trump and his racist remarks?

Not sure how do you assess this but I think that Trump’s tweets, statements are these days openly racist. Do you think that this is an issue also for the US allies, and do you think it requires some reaction, or not and why? I am asking this because transatlantic relations are based also on values, albeit sometimes pretty vague definition of values. Read few comments.

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More of the same or it will be a of new, different presidential campaign for Trump?

A difference is that he is incumbent, but  how much different, or perhaps not really different at all, will be Donald Trump’s reelection campaign, that he just launched, comparing to 2016? Read few comments.


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Trump in the UK: A special relationship?

How would you shortly assess UK-US relations in the age of President Donald Trump, what is Trump bringing with him for the visit? Read few comments.

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Mueller’s statement: Will the needle move on impeachment?

Do you think that after Robert Mueller’s statement will voices asking for starting a process of impeachment of President Donald Trump increase in the Democratic Party but party leadership will still resist this? (Probably no reason to expect any movement on this within the GOP as only Justin Amash is asking for an impeachment). Read few comments.

Ex-FBI Director and Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Credit: https://www.justice.gov

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Mueller report and Trump’s reelection

Yesterday was probably the best day of Trump’s Presidency.  While there is a bit of ambiguity on the question of obstruction of justice, the Mueller report concluded that Trump’s did not conspire or coordinate with Russia. I know it is probably too soon to say what does it mean politically for Trump, but if we speculate a bit does it increase his chances of being reelected, and how do you think Democrats will react? Read few comments.


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