What would the red line for the GOP be that hasn't already been crossed a thousand times in the last three years? Whatever is in Cohen's files, whatever attorney-client privilege might not protect, is unlikely to tell us anything we didn't already know about the man who is likely to continue occupying 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue for the foreseeable future.
Let's not forget, Trump has very successfully turned much of the public against the Mueller investigation, aided in large part by political clefts so wide it's difficult to find some semblance of common ground. Imagine, if you will, being a Republican in this climate; your political future may well appear to be dependent on how much you throw in with the president over his enemies. Does principle win out over naked self-interest? Does the country?
That's the critical thing here: Nothing anyone finds means anything without the will to do something about it.
Commentary by Eric Yaverbaum, CEO of Ericho Communications and a media, and public relations expert. He is a regular guest on Fox's Tech Take, a HuffPost contributor, and bestselling author of seven books, including PR for Dummies and Leadership Secrets of the World's Most Successful CEOs. Follow him on Twitter @RealYaverbaum.
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