The result of this historic competition between West Point and Annapolis turned out to mirror Donald Trump's own unexpected victory in Campaign 2016.
After a long losing streak, Army's Black Knights won 21-17. Here is the AP coverage the Drudge Report links to.
With his usual bluntness, Trump assessed the players as producing good football. But not great. What he saluted was the spirit they demonstrated on the field. In business, of course, that could be called fire in the belly.
Next week, Trump will be back at work. That likely means he will be unleashing more surprises.
His MO both in rhetorical style and leadership/management behavior is to leverage guerrilla tactics. He says and does what his opponents don't anticipate. While they reel in shock, he goes on to putting together the next stunner of a move or moves.
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