The Case for Trump: by Victor Davis Hanson | Conversation Starters
President Trump's advantage is his defense of the working class Americans who were scorned by the Democrat and Republican elites. Trump's instincts allowed him to connect with the people and initiate political and social changes that were long overdue. The country needs someone like Trump to bring changes that traditional politicians cannot do. Stanford University historian Victor Davis Hanson likens Trump to a tragic hero who has an innate flaw and suffers as a result but also accomplishes a significant amount of good. His flaw is his propensity for tweeting and quarreling, his use of vicious words and his lack of adherence to truth. He gives two scenarios on how Trump will end his presidency.
The Case for Trump is written by historian and professor emeritus Victor Davis Hanson. He is the author of The Second World Wars and the New York Times best seller Carnage and Culture.
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