The whole idea of the office of the President is that any American citizen can get elected. That’s why it’s called the “president” and not the “premiere,” or some other pompous title. Somewhere in the last 200 and some years, we lost sight of the everyman nature of the Oval Office. It’s a place for an American, not some stuffed suit who doesn’t even like his neighbors.
Over the decades we’ve been inundated with mealy-mouthed management speak, half baked lawyer-ese, and greasy executive excuse-making.
If you’ve ever looked down the business end of an official rebuke or a corporate apology you know one thing, they are not looking to be reasoned with, they are not interested in negotiating — they have reached a predetermined decision and they are going to carry through with it no matter what you say or do.
And there’s nothing worse than hearing someone let a corporate entity speak through them — to use their human faculties to spread its officious, willful, non-communication.
That is a big part of why we love President Donald Trump. Sure, he talks smack. Sure, he exaggerates. But he genuinely likes people, and when he says he’s going to do something, he actually does it. We haven’t had a president like that since Abraham Lincoln. And if you want to talk about what’s good for minorities, no one has been as good as Trump.
We know he’s a little sleazy, and we know he’s bombastic. But he’s right for the job, and the Democrats can’t handle it.
Here’s Nick De Paolo with more. (Content warning: adult language)