HAASS: "Stock market went up dramatically showing the economy’s in decent shape. You had the China trade deal outlines of a phase one deal which will help things. The avoidance of a government shutdown apparently. Boris Johnson’s win. And you look at all of that and you’re Donald Trump waking up in the White House and the polls show it and you go, not bad. This is a formula where he has strong Economics, he can go — regardless of who the Democratic candidate is, he’s going to run against the excesses of those people in Democratic Party who stand for something else. And he’s going to basically say, you know, there’s a case for me. And I think for Donald Trump yesterday was the kind of day that you have to say he should never be discounted or counted out."