by: the Common Constitutionalist
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He may be loud, brash and boorish at times, but if Donald Trump can achieve even a fraction of what he is claiming to wish to accomplish early in his presidency, he will become as popular as Ronald Reagan.
Yes, I realize this is a bit of a stretch, considering it’s still a few months before his first day. It’s like saying that after only eight games, the new Dallas Cowboys Quarterback, Dak Prescott, could become the next Tom Brady. It’s a huge stretch to place either of the former names in the same category of the latter, but anything is possible.
Okay, you may be saying – what’s with the newly discovered love for the The Donald? Is he not the same guy that I could not support and just recently decided to vote for? Well…yes and no.
Yes – I didn’t care for the campaign he ran, which was short on policy and long on garishness. I’ll admit it worked, but I still didn’t care for it. But recently Trump released his first 100 day plan, along with his “first day in office” plan, causing me to change my view.
To me, this is not the same guy, which may have been his plan all along. Like an actor, he may have the public Trump persona and the private policy wonk side that he purposely kept tucked away. It’s beginning to appear this way.