Two Trump developments.
Fake news after all!
I don’t like Donald Trump’s war against critical press, which he calls the fake news media. I don’t say that his attacks are poor strategy, but look who’s talking. There’s no one more bogus than the 45th President.
Having said that, truthfully, news outlets often have their own biases and frequently deliberate ones at that. Just, it’s kind of funny when Mister Made-It-Up Himself demands honest treatment.
I’m with the truth, wherever it’s found, so I must say that much of reporting on Trump’s remarks on the Iran nuclear deal has been way off the mark. I read over and over again: “Trump Decertifies Iran Deal, Promises Tougher Approach” – which he didn’t. He only said: I will if…
However, in the event we are not able to reach a solution working with Congress and our allies, then the agreement will be terminated. It is under continuous review, and our participation can be cancelled by me, as President, at any time.
Talking about dishonest coverage: the President was extremely presidential throughout, and no serious reporter came out to say so.
Making America Abate Again.
Trump is winning the next elections too
Left-wingers are not just sour faced about Trump’s power because they would be bad sports. They know what’s at stake. For them political control is not a game. It’s about survival of the weakest of society, of climate and planet. Of justice and truth. For them it’s not all a “virtual reality show” – read: bogus imagery. I have bad news for them. Trump is on his way to win the next elections again. There are several reasons.
1. As I mentioned before (here and here), Bernie and Hillary are just too snobby, arrogant, removed from blue-color workers to reach them.
2. He’s well taking care of his voters. While after winning cheating the electorate used to be normal, Trump will not.
And now he calmly added a new feature:
3. Expanding his base. He must have thought: if I can take in Orthodox Jews, hoodwinking Fundamental Christians should be a piece of cake.
And he’s probably right.
There is a persistent misunderstanding that rich people are most fond of spending money. They are actually more happy to keep it. And Trump’s election work is a case in point.
To get elected, he hardly spent any money on advertising. He just upset activists and reporters every day and they gave him a constant stream of free publicity.
4. Also now he has a free ride. If he gets it his way, he will be campaigning all over the US on tax payers’ moneys for four years.
When he calls others losers, believe him.