The current machinations from the media and the chattering classes could be quelled somewhat by a Republican Party who fights. But they don’t, and they participated by their non-participation that Trump was under investigation when he was not. Republicans also joined the left and the Democrats when they blamed Trump for his rhetoric and for the violence that some supporters engaged in, even when they were confronted with the fact that the Democrat party sent in goons to stir violence.
The problems with the Republic are great and deep, and Trump is but one man.
I don’t expect that there will be apologies forthcoming for these injustices to Trump – and therefore to the American people whose security depends on him. At least not anytime soon. The campaign to sabotage and overthrow the Trump presidency through slanders will continue. And its modus operandi will remain unchanged: Whenever Trump is attacked by anti-Trump Democrats and Republicans, he himself will be held responsible for the attacks, “his own worst enemy.” Whenever a blow is delivered to his presidency – and through his presidency to the American people – “he brought it on himself.”
Of course, he has not brought it on himself. Those who suggest he has are actually engaged in a great projection of their own failures.