President Trump demonstrates shrewdness beyond compare. And his prowess revolves around Twitter.
For those who wished Trump would stop tweeting years ago, you just didn’t get it. In fact, those complaining about Trump’s tweets, just didn’t get the art of the deal.
That’s why Trump is Trump. He sees into the future.
It stuns me that there are still Republicans who complain about Trump’s Twitter habit. His master trolling of the Dems is always entertainment gold to me. He’s actually making plague year politics fun with stuff like this.
Who would you vote for if the elections were held today?
The president had a couple of critiques of the two biggest speeches of the night. One for Obama:
and one for Harris:
So what happened? Joe stepped into the 2020 ring believing he had a heavy-weight behind him.
And based on Obama’s words, it’s easy to see where Biden got such an idea.
“It was eight and a half years ago that I chose Joe to be my vice president,” Obama said. “There has not been a single moment since that time that I have doubted the wisdom of that decision. Joe’s candid and honest counsel has made me a better president and a better commander-in-chief.”
And Biden said the following: “Mr. President, you know as long as there is breath in me, I’ll be there for you. My whole family will be and I know it is reciprocal. “
But we already know the answer to that question.
Two for One
Trump couldn’t burn Obama without throwing a few flames at another dubious Democrat. During Democrat primaries, the feud between Biden and Harris lit up the media circuit. Who can forget Kamala’s attempt to pull off the “angry black chick” routine? She continually embarrassed herself on the campaign trail with her cries of racism and clumsy, misplaced one-liners aimed at grabbing her thread of viral media exposure.
She went viral alright, plenty of times. But instead of roasting Republicans, Harris exposed her own lack of leadership qualities. On the bright side, she inspired a host of hilarious memes. Now, Harris joins Obama in the hot seat of Trump’s tweets.
Yet again, all Trump did was remind Democrats of their own words.
As Newt Gingrich put it:
Now, the Democrats are trapped with a presidential candidate who 38 percent of the country thinks has cognitive issues and 59 percent believe will not be able to finish his first term in office. Meanwhile, his replacement is a proven incompetent as a campaigner and a textbook opportunist on core issues.
Or, as Kevin Jackson put it, “Harris is politically schizophrenic.” And Trump loves to put the crazies on display.