“The Twelve Flavors Of Trumpism”
An interesting article by Dan McLaughlin in National Review:
Despite vigorous efforts to refashion “Trumpism” into a single, coherent set of ideas, the fact is that there were multiple new things that Trump brought to Republican politics. Not all of those things necessarily go together. Some were more helpful to Trump and the party, some harmful. Some are likelier to endure in the party than others. Predicting the future of Trumpism will be easier if we try to untangle its different strains.
One Reply to ““The Twelve Flavors Of Trumpism””
Coherent has nothing to do with Trumpism, in both definitions of the word. Suffolk University/USA Today’s national poll showed 46% of the GOP would leave the party to follow Trump. Politics can change with the wind, but I am not optimistic for the near future of the party.