In his column titled A familiar GOP pattern when in power: Squabbling, Andrew Malcolm wrote about just the same thing I mentioned in my post Please, No Gloating, when I said "Just because the Democrats seem to be unravelling now doesn't mean they can't make a comeback. When the Republicans get too cocky, they often shoot themselves in the foot, and you know what happens after that."
Regarding the repeal and replacement of Obamacare -- can someone explain to me why the GOP didn't spend most of the past eight years developing an alternative? They should have had their plan written in stone by now, signed, sealed, and delivered!
And can Trump please stop tweeting and getting into personal feuds with people who shouldn't matter? He's not on the stump any more. Can some of his advisers remind him that he is the President now and should no longer feel he has to stoop to that level? Please!