The wise and the reasonable “experts” take their best shots at Trump, endlessly cataloguing what he has said; the contradictions, hypocrisies, beliefs unsupported by evidence or science. They go blue in the face winning every argument against “fake news” by any objective measure, but, like Rob Ford before him, the President refuses to go “quietly into the night”. He plays to the people in the back rows of the peanut gallery. Even if his policies do little to move them closer to the front row, Trump’s supporters hang with him. That base of support never seems to drop much below the 35-40% range. Imagine if the economy continues to grow, if Mueller’s investigation does not uncover “the smoking gun” that will lead to impeachment, or that the Democrats simply fail to convey a convincing case as to why they should run the government? What happens to Trump then?