The leftoid legacy media (LLM) will never report fairly on Trump’s good deeds and bigly heart, so you’ll have to come here, to the Chateau, for the Authentic News.
I’ll assume everyone reading here has seen the YT video of PRESIDENT TRUMP’S live press conference, in which he perforated the usual suspects — rogue Derp Staters and the defanged and deteriorated shitlib media — with a rhetorical howitzer aimed calmly and even humorously at his targets.
As great as that Trump appearance could be fairly judged, there was an even better, and more important, video of him shot on the same day.
That appearance was Trump’s signing ceremony with WV coal miners, keeping his promise to roll back a burdensome and redundant Gay Mulatto regulation. It was an emotionally reverberating reminder of Trump’s big heart and why Heritage America loves him as their own.
Trump has a genuine and sincere common man’s touch. He may be a billionaire playboy President, but his heart is good ol’ boy and his soul salt of the earth. He’s a man’s man and a lady’s man without the hoverhand, a Vince McMahon-schooled showman and now the true leader of a revolution we may not deserve, but need more than ever. PBUT.
On the subject of Trump’s speaking style, as I wrote on Gab (@Heartiste):
My thoughts on Trump the extemporaneous speaker:
Not a master rhetorician.
Leaves killer points on the table too often.
Can veer off on tangents.
And none of that matters.
Because the man has balls.
BIG FUCKING BALLS THE SIZE OF BOULDERS.
That’s all it takes.
All it’s ever taken.
And one more thing….candor. Balls & candor. The two are often seen together.
“L. C.” objects,
Your wisdom is showing! Yet, as I agree with most of what you say, I must add that Trump is a master of one-liners, a RETORTICIAN if not a rhetorician as when I heard him say “low-life leakers” I burst out with laughter and enjoy his refreshing CANDOR.
L. C. is absolutely right. My complaints about Trump’s speaking style were in fact “backhanded insults”, meaning they were really praise. Trump’s lack of polish is his great strength; he’s candid, earthy, and funny, and that resonates with Americans even if it bugs snobby, conniving Acela elites. “Retortician”. I like it.