Just what is the Trump revolution and why will it last?

The election of The Donald in 2016 was the beginning of the Trump revolution and it seems to be maintaining, if not gaining, speed. President Trump is definitely from outside the Beltway and is doing nothing that a politician would ever do. What does this mean for the 2018 mid-term elections? Will there be the usual slump by the party of power or will something else happen? Take a read at this and see if you agree.

As Written and Reported By Sebastian Gorka for The Hill:

Gen. Michael Flynn was absolutely right when he described Nov. 8, 2016 as a “political revolution.” The election of a total political outsider to the position of president of the United States was a peaceful revolution, but a revolution none the less. Having worked for candidate Trump and then President Trump, I have seen from close up what it is that makes him very different from the usual “swamp creatures” that infest the political bubble that is Washington, D.C.

From our very first meeting in Trump Tower in the summer of 2015, when we discussed foreign policy prior to the Republican national security debate of that fall, when halfway through the conversation he simply turned to his then-campaign manager and said, “I like this guy. Let’s hire him!” to later working for the president in the White House, this is a man who doesn’t wait for polling data to make a decision. Donald Trump is a decisive leader who relies on an uncanny instinctual common sense to “get stuff done,” a style that sits very well with those outside the Beltway.

To understand just how different this non-politician is, you simply have to watch his address to the 2018 CPAC annual meeting. In a speech that lasted for more than an hour, President Trump acted in ways that “establishment” politicians never do. From the prolonged self-deprecation about hiding his bald spot, to his calling the prepared teleprompter …..


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