Calls other GOP leadership mundane, passive, and sometimes petulant.
“I fail to see the “chaos” in the White House that the mainstream media (as well as conservative Never Trumpers) keep harping on —or rather, I see no more chaos than was abundantly present during the first six months of both the Clinton and Obama administrations,” says author Camille Paglia.
Professor Paglia, a registered Democrat who voted for Bernie Sanders, actually has some very kind words about the President.
“Trump seems to be methodically trying to fulfill his campaign promises, notably regarding the economy and deregulation—the approaches to which will always be contested in our two-party system,” says Paglia. “His progress has thus far been in stops and starts, partly because of the passivity, and sometimes petulance, of the mundane GOP leadership.”
In this article (link below) Paglia admits that she initially did not take Trump’s candidacy seriously. She then provides a scathing – and spot on – review of the other candidates, showing why they deserved to lose.
“Donald Trump won the nomination fair and square against a host of serious, experienced opponents who simply failed to connect with a majority of GOP primary voters,” says Paglia.
I think you will enjoy this article. Paglia’s writing is a joy to read.