About Trump’s Press Conference

From Micheal Goodwin in today’s New York Post red full article Here:

Sure, sentences didn’t always end on the same topic they started with, and his claim to have won the election by the largest electoral college margin since Ronald Reagan wasn’t close to true.

Fair points, but so what? Fact-checkers didn’t elect him, nor did voters who were happy with the status quo.

Trump, first, last and always, matches the mood of the discontented. Like them, he is a bull looking for a china shop. That’s his ace in the hole and he played it almost to perfection.

One thought on “About Trump’s Press Conference

  1. Trump’s eloquence is in the vernacular. His words resonate because they are validated by the experiential reality of everyday Americans,, an ability denied to his Greek chorus devoted to deconstruction and practiced in the art of Stalinesque denunciation. The obstructionists ,( s term more apt than the elan ‘The Resistance’), are tripping over their carefully contrived narrative, which through torturous spins, avoids the awkward fact they sought to anoint a duplicitous corrupt duo with their toadying entourage into a perversely imperial power.
    Instead, we had an election. “How embarrassing it all is, when everything was arranged just so, YOU know, after all that work – with Bill’s foundation. And Hillary’s just so hard to BE with, anyways. Why did we think we needed them, anyways?”.

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