Once again the undeniable fact that Clinton was even less desirable and ultimately lost is regurgitated to try and illuminate and elevate the winners less than stellar global stature since he got hired.joudon wrote: ↑October 12, 2017, 2:24 pmFrom a UK perspective, the left wing gutter media, BBC included has never give Trump a chance. He has recieved bad publicity from day 1 of his Presidency. The Global elite were aghast that their stooge candidate, Clinton was beaten! Trump won and like ' Brexit in the UK, the 'left wingers, champagne socialists, limousine liberals' cannot come to terms with the fact that ordinary people have now rejected Globalisation which seems only to benefit the rich.
Go for it Trump.
The man wan't even supposed to have gotten close and only by grace of the GOP's own dithering, hand-wringing and partial but ongoing implosion did he manage to become the last-man-standing and garner so many reluctant, 11th hour endorsements. For every Democrat that was reluctant to throw their weight behind Hillary, there were at least a couple who didn't like Trump but their party didn't afford them any real choice. They GOP actually lost when he won.
We are lead to believe that he appealed to the common man in spades but has he come anywhere close on delivering any of those fanciful, living the dream, grandiloquent MAGA promises that the common man (and assumedly their common woman) was promised? I mean beyond a solitary coal mine and the free, red MAGA baseball cap that is? I hear he donated a golf trophy to the people of typhoon-ravaged US Gulf states and Puerto Rico. Now they'll have something for their leaking roof... but they'll have to pass it around, like the red cap.