Following the Charlottesville tragedy, President Trump made a completely appropriate, timely, well-expressed statement about the death in that city and condemned the warring groups making life miserable for the citizens of the city. The radical mouthpieces on the American left dutifully responded to Trump’s statement by telling him that his words were not sufficient and then dictated to him the words and the script that he must repeat in order for them to credit him with a proper presidential statement.
Trump then made the statement the radicals demanded, and guess what happened? The radical Democrat leaders said that his statement was not sincere, that it was coerced, that the revised statement was given too late, that they would not accept the statement, yadda, yadda.
The lesson for our president is that he should never do what his leftist enemies (and I do mean enemies because these foolish, hate-filled people are trying to forcibly remove Trump from the White House and invalidate the most recent presidential election) tell him to do. No matter what he says, no matter what he does, and especially if he uses words and phrases they tell him to use, they will not stop hating him and trying to remove him from office.
President Trump has been miraculously successful by being himself, and that’s exactly what he should continue to be.