After all, he journeyed to Singapore and saved the world from nuclear war.
Job creation numbers on his watch seem quite good.
And his use of social media is making government more transparent.
Yes, Trump could win in 2020. A more immediate outcome is that his favorites could win in the midterms. His nemesis Mark Sanford lost the election in South Carolina.
Given these realities, Frank Bruni hammers in The New York Times that the direct kinds of attacks on Trump by activists such as Robert DeNiro are counterproductive.
Liberal lawyers and legal media should listen to this advice. Currently many of them are having too good a time portraying Trump as downright cartoonish.
Instead, it's smarter to be indirect. Just as in the drama "Julius Caesar" by William Shakespeare, they should come to praise Caesar, not bury him.
Indeed lawyers and legal media can start out their arguments against the Trump Administration pointing out what could be in the public interest. The oldest type of effective rhetorical device is to identify on common ground. Then the lawyers and legal media slowly and with great civility document the legal realities.
A Shakespearean scholar might do a series of YouTubes presenting the political wisdom from the history plays about outfoxing power.
Underestimating this force is ensuring victory for his chosen ones in the midterms and his winning a second term in 2020.
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