Fiasco is rooting for Trump.
(Hillary, then fiasco, would be the optimum sequence.)
ADDED: This is the kind of thing that makes Fernandez a candidate for the most lucid political commentator writing today —
The really shocking thing about 2016 is that the public was far more radicalized than the pundits and pollsters — and politicians — anticipated. This mental state accounts for the curious reaction of Trump’s supporters to his gaffes. They ignore them and double down on their assertions. In other words they are acting just like left-wing publics have acted for years.
Suddenly both sides want to hurt the enemy (rather than that being an exclusively leftist thing) — and all hell breaks loose. Welcome to 2016.
ADDED: Kinda sorta related (but worth pinning up anyway) —
This is a major factor in the class-based schism in the GOP: One class, which never had much truck with the leftist-promulgated / college-inculcated speech codes, is completely against this bullshit, and the college educated folk are trying to rescue a Decent Speech Code out of [t]he horrorshow of the left’s speech codes.