in the vicinity ofthe video Howard Kurtz: trump is the ‘everywhere’ President. but this is a good thing?
‘MediaBuzz’ host Howard Kurtz weighs in to comment on President Trump the ability to anything and everything via tweet or during his rallies.
Donald Trump has many roles: cultural commentator, a Twitter titan, reality show producer, kibitzer-in-chief, all interwoven with the business of running the country.
This has often been a strength, sometimes a weakness, and lately, with 23 Democrats vying to replace him, the megaphone is still louder.
To speak of those who fired first, the importance of Trump’s manage has to realize the NFL is about the anthem of the protests, for example, how he uses the hot-button programming, so to drive political messages.
And the relentless action of the President in the middle of any national dispute, and the country — both pro – and anti-Trump pages — in a constant political debate has been engaged. In short, Trump did not escape.
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This approach shows his boundless energy, but his critics find it exhausting. A woman at a Biden rally, the liberal New York Times columnist Michelle Goldberg said: “I want an exciting President. We have a lot of excitement right now, in a bad way.”
At recent rallies and in a tweet, Trump things like “Bernie’s crazy” and “Looks like Bernie Sanders is the history of said has. Sleepy Joe Biden is pulling … China wants the Sleepy Joe, BAD!” He also said that the Scranton native “abandoned” Pennsylvania; Biden’s family moved when he was 11.
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Besides, if all the swipes at Biden’s help, the former VP, like some of Trump’s advisers believe that the trump card inserting, in the Democratic primary in an unusually brazen manner. With the last President, perhaps a speaker react when the opposition is attacking and you get a paragraph in a news story. Trump more often is the news story.
As The Washington Post points out, Trump did not mention recently weighed in subjects such as Jussie Smollett, in the fight against the Notre Dame-the fire and the Kentucky Derby to the Boston Red Sox, and Tiger Woods (of course, the Presidential Medal of Freedom) got. This is in addition to his usual fusillades against the witch hunt, a coup attempt, “Crooked Hillary,” and so forth — or its branding Justin Amash a “loser”, as he began the first GOP Congressman to demand impeachment.
The advantage for trump is, he is in the middle of every conversation and all the others (including the Democrats) has to react to it. The disadvantage is that it offers especially to his base, which loves his finger-in-the-eye-approach — without the acquisition of new converts.
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The culture-war campaign may be necessary, in spite of the fact that the economy is roaring, the unemployment rate on a half-century low. That usually spells easy re-election for one Person.
The New York Times suggests that Trump and the Republicans are counting on the strong economy for the year 2020:
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“President Trump and his top advisers sent mixed signals about a possible war with Iran. Mr Trump outlined a hard-line immigration proposal, over barely had a chance, but focused the attention on the most incendiary issue of his presidency. His drumbeat about tariffs on China sent the stock markets entered. And in Alabama, the Republican Governor signed a law, the ban would be effective is the abortion …
“Such disagreement and uncertainty is driven by Mr Trump’s political Impulse and encourages conservative — could in the end change alienate voters and could help the Democrats.”
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On the other hand, Trump the experts-and the media-defying genius to such abuses in the White house.
Whether it is politically expedient, for Trump, as a ubiquitous presence in our daily lives, this is who he is and it is not going to change—unless you want to, pull the mains plug out of the company.