I suspect that you would be hard pressed to find two individuals as diametrically antithetical as Donald Trump and Robert Mueller.
Granted, they’re both New Yorkers of German descent, prep schools alums, and Ivy leaguers.
On the other hand:
A family man, married (and is still married) to his high school sweetheart
Multi-married, adulterous, a pussy-grabber and porn-star aficionado
Marine Corps, Vietnam, Purple Heart, Bronze Star
Bone Spurs, Studio 54, tangerine tan, gold-plated foyer
Oh, yes, and there’s this: Mueller is learned, patriotic, and meticulous. Trump, on the other hand, embraces ignorance, has attempted to sell out his country for personal profit, and impulsively spews from his mouth whatever his gut secretes.
The distinctions that define these men will ultimately lead Mueller to triumph and Trump to disgrace. While Mueller has been assembling a staff of formidable prosecutors, amassing a mountain of documentary evidence, and demonstrating laser like focus, Trump has been appointing hacks to positions for which they’re not qualified, playing golf and multitasking, (i.e., watching Fox News while tweeting).
29 November 2018, was the beginning of the end for Donald Trump. Cohen’s guilty plea makes it clear that Trump and son lied about his negotiations with the Russian government in the prospective building of a Trump Tower in Moscow, which goes a long way in explaining Trump’s embrace of Putin, despite the annexing of Crimea, and why the Republican Party deleted anti-Russian planks from its platform right before the convention. Trump even considered offering Putin a $50 million penthouse in that tower to sweeten the deal. Oh yeah, also today, Deutsche bank, Trump’s biggest lender, was raided. Besides himself, it’s Mammon that Trump worships, money before country.
Foolish man, house of cards on sand, ka-bam.
So, I suspect, in a matter of months, we’ll be able to exclaim, like Angus in Macbeth, “Now does he feel his title/ Hang loose about him, like a giant’s robe/ Upon a dwarfish thief.”
Despite the weaklings in an enabling Republican Congress, it appears that thanks to one patriotic Republican, Robert Mueller, the rule of law will triumph.