Now that Pres. Trump has entered his sixth month at the White House, we know that the man who ran a most unconventional and controversial campaign last fall, replete with stinging insults, fabrications of fact, and unabashed defensiveness, IS the same person leading the United States.
Untempered by the magnitude of the position, he continues life as a lightning rod.
How, I wonder, if his supporters hailed him so highly in the November elections and found him “the right guy” for the office of President of the United States, they view him today.
Or put another way, if Mr. Trump was good enough to lead the nation, would he also be good enough as: A daughter’s future spouse, father-in-law? A child’s teacher, counselor or principal? A pastor of the church one attends? Your lawyer, doctor, financial adviser or business partner? Your neighbor? A salesman for a car, TV or home?