The Daily Mail has been ahead of many other news outlets in covering the most recent Trump Tweet smackdown. After all, it's Sunday. Some old-line media still go dark on weekends.
And it was on Sunday - today - that Fiat Chrysler's announced that it will create 2,000 jobs in the U.S. Mexico is now out of the question.
By 2020, Fiat Chrysler will invest about $1 billion in two plants. They will be in Michigan and Ohio. The latter, which had lost the steel and coal industries, needs those jobs. Since I relocated to OH last September, I have heard too many stories of "how it used to be."
It may be time for the anti-Trump to develop a pragmatic mindset. Trump has turned out to be The Man With The Jobs. Anyone who has to work for a living understands what that means. Or should.
In graduate school at the University of Michigan, I was ranting about some of my classmates sucking up to a terrible professor.
Sternly I was told, "Professor X is The Man With The Jobs. So, you too better get on the suck-up conga line." That professor was in charge of making teaching-fellow assignments. Without them, we graduate students would not only be out-of-income. We would also not qualify for in-state tuition. I was from New Jersey.
That was a quick lesson in how pragmatism trumps (pun intended) personal bias.
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