Confused malcontents swilling Chardonnay while awaiting the Zombie Apocalypse.
It seems unlikely the conspiracy itself will become an election issue, but the theory is sure to continue to feature in the President's election campaign.
"[Trump is] fantastic at coining phrases and words to characterise certain situations," Mr Wolpe said.
"Sleepy Joe Biden, Obamagate, it gets people going, it gets people's imagination.
"I expect he will use that as a wedge in this campaign for his re-election in November."
It also depends on how much life the media breathes into the issue.
"The media really has to say, is this smoke or fire?" Mr Wolpe said.
"Let's go back to Hillary Clinton's emails, which were seen as a treasonous crime by the Republicans and Trump used it viciously and effectively in the media, and that's how he wants to use this."
At the moment, there appears to be a lot of smoke, but no fire yet to fan the flames of Mr Trump's charges.
Nevertheless, it hasn't stopped the President from claiming his predecessor is guilty of a crime bigger than Watergate.
Jenifer (Zarknorph) said:
a predictable move from the Trump political playbook but the media falls for it every time, writes James Glenday.
The media does this because stupid people latch onto these unpleasant, often racist, memes.
Do you read anything other than Left Wing propagandists? It's like referring to the National Inquirer as "The newspaper".
Do you read anything other than Left Wing propagandists?
I read the news.
And look to scientific journals and respected sources when I need something backed up.
It's like referring to the National Inquirer as "The newspaper"
Yes. All biased blogs have zero credibility as a source.
Try reading something a little more grounded in reality.
The only 'news' source to uncover and report the Edwards scandal . . . no wonder you dismiss it.