One-time head cheerleaders of Donald Trump, Matt Drudge and his staff have become skeptical, sometimes even negative about the new leadership in the White House.
After a very bad few weeks, Trump did what many politicos do when in trouble. That is, hold a rally. That dates back to ancient Roman times of bread and circuses.
For his rally, Trump chose Florida. He positioned and packaged himself as the President of the People. That populist label stuck on Princess Diana - as well as Argentina's Evita. Sure, it's worth a try. After all, no leader wants to be known as the president of mountain lions or cockroaches.
For Trump's talking points, two harkened back to his successful Campaign 2016. Those memes were jobs and national security. He also added a third. That was fake news. His wife Melania, who hasn't been too visible as First Lady, introduced him. She said the Lord's Prayer. Here is the coverage from the Daily Mail, which Drudge links to.
Meanwhile, too many of the people are struggling to be hired for the jobs of yesterday. They were the middle class ones which paid enough to get a mortgage and which provided benefits such as employer-paid health care. Instead, the kind of work which is growing is the low-paying part-time (30 hours) ones without benefits.
The Donald may be able to muscle companies to stay in the U.S. But can he motivate them to provide the jobs of the 20th century? After all, employers are responsible for the bottom line in the 21st century where there are no certainties.
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