. . . the man with orange hair.
The old theory, to which I subscribed, was that Donald John Trump would top out at about 30 percent against the field of better-qualified GOP primary adversaries. Didn't happen.
Then the ceiling was set at 40 percent. Nope.
Then 50 percent. Oh, well.
But not to worry: Conventional wisdom next held that the much-loved woman of the people, Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton, would crush Mr. Trump in November. All polls -- every blessed one -- showed her ahead of her bombastic adversary-in-waiting by double digits. If by November, she has not then done a perp walk for her email misdeeds, she still may beat him.
And yet and yet . . . .