In the wake of what some perceived as attacks on Trump during the recent candidate debate, Megyn Kelly's show reportedly took a significant ratings hit and she abruptly announced last night that she's taking a "much needed vacation" for the next week and a half. Considerable speculation regarding the impetus for her decision has ensued.
Meanwhile, the Trumpster sat down with Sean Hannity for a two-part set of interviews, handing Mr. Hannity his show's highest ratings in four months.
It's well-established that the establishment GOP hates Trump as much as the Democratics do; Senator John McCain (loser, AZ) having gone so far as to call Trump supporters "crazies" - which, given McCain's antics when it comes to conservatives, seems to have been a term coined specifically for McCain himself.
On the Democrat side, front-runner Hilldebeeste has seen her problems only increase as it emerges that the server she turned over to the FBI appears to have been professionally wiped. That tactic can only backfire because it's generally taken as a sign of criminal activity - although I've wiped a few drives over the years, that was done to remove financial data and other identifiers prior to recycling; it's certainly inadvisable to wipe drives when the FBI is demanding that they be turned over to the agency. At this point, it looks as though if crazy Uncle Joe decides to enter the race, he'll end up as their nominee. Granny's pretty well cooked herself.