If the case against Dominique Strauss-Kahn collapses under the weight of his accuser’s reportedly increasing non-credibility, does the way open up for a Strauss-Kahn presidential bid?
With registration for the Socialists’ October primaries in full swing as a July 13 deadline approaches, some began lobbying for a suspension of the process to give Mr. Strauss-Kahn a chance to re-enter the race.
Already, Nicolas Sarkozy trails in the polls.
Strauss-Kahn can now present himself as a victim of everything that French voters dislike about America (whatever that thing may be for each individual voter). And isn’t that always attractive in French politics?