Days of Change

Battle of the Poplular | August 25, 2015

From what I understand, Megyn Kelly went on an unscheduled vacation for 11 days after the first Republican debate. Her moderation was criticized by leading candidate Donald Trump. She returned on Monday and spent some time interviewing Trump detractors. Trump, in his usual fashion, decided to re-ignite the flame war with Kelly to the dismay of programming head Roger Ailes.

I was going to talk about Trump’s economic populism. While people like Bernie Sanders like to include people by claiming they are all oppressed by the corporations and need to rise up, Trump is the example of how America is great, because people can be rich and famous. I think maybe fortune and fame isn’t as important as what Trump is most famous for. He does not suffer fools.

Even if you like Megyn Kelly, (I’m indifferent) there are people who are not kind or fair to you, even if it’s just a terrible server in a restaurant. There’s something really cathartic about being able to tell someone off once in a while. For Donald Trump, once is a while seems to be every single time.

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  1. Thehe war is certainly not of Trump’s making. Kelly dumped on him to make her career , and to accede to Murdoch’s directive that Fox not help (i.e., impede) Trump.

    Like all of us with eyes and ears, Trump understands that the Repub. elite wants him gone. If he doesn’t defend himself when someone with millions of viewers pushes the good old boys agenda by telling her captive audience how bad he is, he’s a fool. Trump may have started out as a political clown, but is no fool.

    Comment by Mary — August 25, 2015 @ 10:52 pm


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