Good luck with that.
A year of waiting for Trump to implode didn't do the job.
But, despite all predictions in the Republican primary contests and then in the general election, Mr. Trump’s succession of perceived missteps never proved fatal. It turned out that waiting for his inevitable collapse based on his behavior amounted to a grave miscalculation of what the electorate cared most about.
“Jobs and wages are more important than anything to do with process,” said Senator Michael Bennet, Democrat of Colorado.