Following sweeping victories by Democrats against the GOP on Tuesday, in which has been seen as a verdict on the first nine months of the Trump Presidency, I spoke with BBC World Service yesterday about the prospects for the Republicans and Donald Trump.

The conversation with Dan Damon includes a projection of a “civil war” within the GOP, a summary of some reasons for the Democratic triumph — “a much more tolerant line on immigration, a much more tolerant line on LGBT rights, an embrace of Obama, a response to Trump’s main policies and saying, ‘We don’t want to go there'” — a consideration of Democratic “unity”, and a spirited exchange about whether Trump will still be in office for the Congressional mid-term elections in November 2018.

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