A divided nation that usually shrugs at politics — and always shrugs at midterm elections — is suddenly united, passionately and addictively, in binge-watching the Greatest Show in American Politics.
The big picture: Because of The Trump Show, we're more attuned to current events and know more about the news than ever. Happy hour conversations include the 25th Amendment and the Emoluments Clause. News plays in sports bars. Pundits talk casually about FBI 302 forms. And more women and minorities are getting involved in politics, setting up midterm elections that likely will change the complexion of Washington.