Is Trump really that hard to understand?

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Senator Al Franken (D-Minn.) recently said “I don’t understand” President Trump.  New York Mayor Bill de Blasio has said the same thing, as has CNN’s Don Lemon.  The New York Times even posted an op-ed this weekend about people who “don’t understand Trump.”

But forbes.com writer Randall Lane contends that the president isn’t that hard to understand.

Based on an oval office interview, Lane says, “President Trump stays true to the same Citizen Trump form that Forbes has seen for 35 years,” and that Trump’s business tactics and his presidency demonstrate a “worldview” that “has been incredibly consistent.”

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19 Comments on Is Trump really that hard to understand?

  1. 0bama was hard to understand. We just couldn’t appreciate his level of intellectualism, we were told. It’s why 0bamacare didn’t work.

  2. They don’t understand someone that speaks in plain English. They are so used to bullshit artists and politicians that they can’t recognize when somebody says what they mean, and means what they say.

  3. Trump speaks clearly and carries out his promises, not letting political setbacks deter him from his commitments.

    Yeah. That’s very difficult to understand. For the political class.

  4. Frankenstein was legendary years ago for his chair throwing tantrum at cpac. I was there but didn’t see it.
    This was when he was an Air America radio host and he was on Radio row. It was all the buzz at that cpac.

    The man doesn’t live in reality and is easily triggered and prone to violence. Not a bright person.

  5. I’ve worked with Franken on one of his shows. Polite asswipe, he was. Couldn’t say anything nice about anybody, and expected everyone around him to be his slaves.

  6. Here’s a thought. Left-collectivists / progressives all speak the same language. They have their own universal meaning for words that have other senses and nuances to the rest of us, but not to them. Think of Orwell’s New-Speak in 1984, a language created from English but with far fewer words, a language specifically engineered to make even politically incorrect writing, speech, and thoughts literally inconceivable. Perhaps it is true that people such as Franken really don’t understand Trump because they have deliberately crippled their own cognitive abilities.

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