Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America recoil at the Trump world sleaze revealed by former Trump attorney Michael Cohen in his testimony to Congress, but also realize he’s the least credible witness Congress could have called on the subject. They also worry about escalating tension between nuclear powers India and Pakistan after Pakistan claims to shoot down two Indian military planes. And they get a kick out of the House Democrats having to adjourn their own hearing on climate change denial because not enough of them attended.
On Monday, Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf resigned just as his impeachment trial was scheduled to begin. So what does it mean for the United States that Musharraf is out? Will it help or hinder our efforts in the war against Islamic extremists? And what happens to the Pakistani nukes? Share your thoughts on this major transition and tell us what the U.S. policy ought to be towards Pakistan?