The Wall Street Journal issued an article telling President Trump exactly how they felt about him.
Peggy Noonan wrote in Murdoch’s Wall Street Journal in an article entitled “Trump Is Woody Allen Without the Humor” that Half his tweets show utter weakness. They are plaintive, shrill little cries, usually just after dawn” which is beyond true, but let’s digress.
It gets worse than that.
The article continues to say:
The President’s primary problem as a leader isn’t that he is brash and stupid, “It is that he is weak and sniveling. It is that he undermines himself almost daily by ignoring traditional norms and forms of American masculinity.”
Ouch. That’s got to sting. It can’t get much worse than that, oh wait:
“He’s not strong and self-controlled, not cool and tough, not low-key and determined; he’s whiny, weepy and self-pitying. He throws himself, sobbing, on the body politic. He’s a drama queen. It was once said, sarcastically, of George H.W. Bush that he reminded everyone of her first husband. Trump must remind people of their first wife.”
For the longest time, conservatives perceived Trump as being the big man on campus, “Clint Eastwood cleaning up crime with the heart of a vigilante” type of man. Instead, he is a whining toddler who likes to throw tantrums on an hourly basis when he doesn’t get what he wants. Trump is not considered a real man to conservative Peggy Noonan. She is one of the few Republicans who understands the appeal of the hyper masculine altar at which Trump supporters worship.
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