Why don’t you tell us what you really think, Peggy

Peggy Noonan, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist, best-selling author, speech writer for Ronald Reagan, and long active in Republican affairs, writing about Donald Trump’s “biblical moment” and his supporters, in The Wall Street Journal:

“In all this he gave up the game and explicitly patronized his own followers. It was as if he was saying: I’m going to show you how stupid I know you are. I’ll give you crude and gross imagery and you’ll love it because you are crude and gross people.”

“He is proud of his many billionaire friends and think(s) they love him. They don’t. Their support is utterly transactional. They’re embarrassed by him. When they begin to think he won’t be re-elected they will turn, and it will be bloody and on a dime.”

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1 Response to Why don’t you tell us what you really think, Peggy

  1. rlcrabb says:

    I’ve always liked Peggy.

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