It’s November 19 and the man has spoken. The crowd is unimpressed.
That is all there is? Really?
Let’s face it. Our President is not what anyone would call widely admired. A few lawmakers in the Republican party, his party, are speaking out. More are said to be criticizing him bitterly in private. Even supporters see him as the most divisive leader the country has ever had.
George Templeton Strong of New York calls it for many.
A barbarian, a Scythian, a yahoo, a gorilla.
At this one event, you would think the President of the United States would have risen to the occasion.
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