It's always dicey to talk about the political ramifications of tragedy, and the mass shooting in Orlando—the deadliest such event in recent American history—is no different. Yet there was such a rush by politicians to weigh in on the meaning of the massacre that the topic is impossible to avoid. And—as is so often the case in this strange election cycle—no one tackled this extraordinarily delicate topically with more aggression that Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, who (among other things) strongly implied that President Obama himself had a hand in the grisly outcome.

What, then, should we make of Trump's response—which also included a depiction of Muslim Americans as a terrifying Fifth Column? Is this moment Trump's campaign finally went off the rails? Or will we, instead, look back on Orlando as a tragedy that gave Trump's push for the presidency new life? David Bernstein, Peter Kadzis, and Adam Reilly discuss. Take a listen—and then let us know what you think.