1. Trump Said He Would "Drain The Swamp" And Now He Has Become The Swampiest Of Them All! And The GOP Support This.
2. Trump Has Become A Dictator Of Orwellian Proportions! GOP Have Enabled A Monster!
3. Trump Is Clearly In Bed With Putin. GOP Are Clearly In Bed With Trump... Are Trump And The GOP Pandering To Putin As An Election Strategy? i.e. "It Worked Before So Why Not Again?"
Trump has made Obstruction Of Justice one of his favorite pastimes;
New evidence of potential obstruction by Trump The president is reportedly pressuring his attorney general to take over the Russia investigation - and go after Hillary Clinton.
To deal with the charge of Obstruction of Justice, Trump reacts by attempting to obstruct justice!;
Trump Fights Obstruction with Obstruction | The Daily Show
Mueller closes in on Manafort for suspicious spending and Trump takes to Twitter to fight obstruction.
Obstruction of Justice: Taking out witnesses...
President Donald Trump Team Destroying Careers Of Comey Witnesses One By One | Rachel Maddow | MSNBC
Rachel Maddow points out that six of the seven people James Comey told about his meetings with Donald Trump are gone or leaving the FBI, with the one who hasn't been made into a political punching bag, David Bowdich, firing Peter Strzok, contrary to FBI personnel office guidance.
Simply being asked about Obstruction Of justice sends Trump into a frenzy of opposing the rule of law (i.e. he tries to obstruct justice);
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert - The special counsel's request to question the President about obstruction of justice sent Trump into an early morning Twitter frenzy.
When Trump gets riled up he tends to provide more proof of Collusion or Obstruction of Justice;
Trump tweets new info about Trump Tower meeting In a recent series of tweets, President Trump discusses the meeting that took place in Trump Tower and in doing so reveals new information.
Some Republican theories literally suggest the President is above the law and can pardon himself for obstruction of justice which is obstruction of justice in and of itself!;
Hasan the Record - Can President Trump Pardon Himself? | The Daily Show
The Obstruction of Justice is on the same subject that the President constantly goes against his own advisers on, as protecting Russian interests seem to have a higher priority with Trump than anything American;
White House warns about Russia then Trump says it’s a hoax! President Trump's top intelligence advisors warned that the threat of Russian interference in US elections is real and ongoing. Trump hasn't joined them-- calling the investigation a "hoax" hours after his advisors' spoke at the WH press briefing. Neera Tanden and Evan McMullin discuss what this means for the midterm elections.
Clearly Trump is acting like a Russian puppet (its probably that he expects to make money with Russia and plans to get away with any illegality through Obstruction Of Justice and other such misuse of Presidential powers, i.e. high crimes and misdemeanors);
Maddow: Time For Americans To Face 'Worst Case Scenario' On Donald Trump | Rachel Maddow | MSNBC
Rachel Maddow notes that what ultimately explains a host of inexplicable developments in the story of the Donald Trump campaign is the worst case scenario that Trump is compromised by Russia, and points to the unfolding legal case as a guide for how to understand what has happened and what to do about it.
Result: Trump is literally putting American democracy at risk for personal interests/motivations;
Senator Bill Nelson: Russians Have Penetrated Florida Election Systems | Rachel Maddow | MSNBC
The question comes down to, why is Trump lying?
Trump discredits his own story about infamous Russia meeting
The tough part is knowing where to start. Let’s first note that it’s not at all common for American presidential campaigns to welcome assistance from foreign adversaries. The president may choose to believe this is “done all the time,” but this isn’t even close to being true. (In the not-too-distant past, when foreign adversaries have offered to help presidential candidates, those candidates not only refused the offers; they also reported the outreach to the FBI. Trump did not.)
What are Trump's interests? They appear to be money as he didn't dissolve his business as ethics monitors insisted was necessary (i.e. a constitutional violation the GOP are not doing anything about showing they don't care about the Constitutions which fits their history);
Trump comfort with foreign corruption hurts US global reputation Sarah Chayes, author of "Thieves of State," talks with Richard Engel about how Donald Trump's tolerance of corruption in other countries reflects back on the reputation of the United States, and why Donald Trump is in violation of the Foreign Emoluments Clause of the Constitution.
Nepotism is also a big Trump Administration thing (i.e. not only is Trump using the Presidency to make money from foreigners but also helping his relatives make money);
Jared Kushner’s finances examined in Russia probe As Jared Kushner’s business dealings come under scrutiny, Joy Reid and her panel discuss whether the emoluments clause of the Constitution will be upheld by government authorities.
Lack of transparency means no one knows where the money is really going;
Trump Org maintains secrecy while ‘donating’ foreign profits