While politicians in Brussels vent their pique by insisting that Britain get the hell out of the EU right now, ominous signs of more trouble have arisen: Turkey was planning to join but is now backing away.
France, the Netherlands, Austria, Finland and Hungary could leave.
The Dutch were already upset over a treaty between the EU and Ukraine, so they've been thinking about leaving anyway. In Germany, Angela Merkel is unhappy with the results of the British referendum but is seeking a compromise that would make the U.K an "associated partner country" with the EU. But she's been part of the problem as she's pushed for unfettered "immigration" by Muslim "refugees", which has not gone over well among citizens of the other countries; Hungary has flatly refuse, in fact, saying that they don't need immigrants.
She is, however, more pragmatic and less petulant than our president, who just got smacked again yesterday in federal court in the executive-amnesty case United States v. Texas, in which SCOTUS tied and thus effectively affirmed the ruling of the lower federal court.