Will it happen? Should it happen? Just a few days ago, I thought it was pretty unlikely. Even if he deserved to be impeached, the political will just wasn't there. But a couple recent developments have moved the needle in the other direction. The president's flailing, vitriolic whiplash response to the Mueller report has cemented the image depicted therein of a petty, self-absorbed wannabe tyrant who puts his own private interests ahead of the country. Also, indications are the White House intends to stonewall any and all Congressional investigations. Democratic leaders may not want to impeach the president, but he's leaving them little choice. He's practically begging for it. Now, I know that conventional wisdom holds impeachment will backfire on the Democrats and boost Trump, but I'm not sure about that either. It's true that's what happened to Republicans during the Clinton impeachment, but that's only one example. You can't infer anything from that. It may well be that once the American people absorb the evidence laid out by Mueller, and the president's reaction, they will largely agree that something must be done to hold him to account. These are very interesting times indeed.