If I may just say:
from my work in developing computer chips, I've gained a lot of respect for applied statistics, and public opinion polling. For example:
The public opinion pollsters had the 2008 election outcome nailed, weeks in advance.
In 2016 they made it look like Hillary was a shoo in.
It was past my bedtime, so I got 47 winks, but when I awakened the next morning I thought I'd woken up in an alternate universe. Come to think of it that is the most plausible explanation.
Anyway, our perceptive hostess has characterized the Trump administration as a disaster (is that the word you used?).
I envy her restraint. Most people call it a [email protected] #$%^.
Trump is barely 2 months into his first year, and already:
Trump's former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, and former Campaign Chairman Paul Manafort have both been "forced to resign over contacts with Russia" (source: CBS-TV News)
There are some puzzling incongruities on the now 3 tiered Russia investigation.
The prospective witness wants immunity, but has called the investigation a witch-hunt, implying the suspicions of wrong-doing are groundless.
If they are groundless, why does he need immunity?
Now it's your turn.