As we said in this space after the 2020 election, Trumpism is here to stay no matter what happens to Trump.
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The Left has done a superb job of placing a tinfoil hat on the head of anyone who still dares to raise questions about the integrity of the November 3 election.
If President Biden’s administration lives up to the tone of his inaugural, we at best return to governance by the same political class that 63 million Americans in 2016 believed had, for 20 or more years, thoroughly misgoverned the country.
Lost in all of the chaos is the recognition that Donald Trump was the first president of either party to actually confront really serious problems facing this country.
Millions of hitherto taken-for-granted voters got their first small, but real taste of prosperity under Donald Trump’s presidency.
Just as Al Gore was justified in standing his ground in November 2000, Donald Trump is justified in standing his ground in 2020.
Policy successes and promises kept far overshadow any Trumpian personality defects – real or perceived.
Less than two weeks before the 2020 election things look much as they did in 2016.
Again, and for the zillionth time, we find ourselves talking about Donald Trump and again the discussion centers on style.
To imagine the policy impacts of a Trump second term you examine the first. To imagine the policy impacts of a Biden presidency, you examine Democrat-controlled California.