In every discussion of tomorrow’s Republican presidential debate, the talking heads ask a question like this: “Will Donald Trump act ‘presidential’ or will he continue to be the bombastic bomb-thrower we’ve seen so far?” In short, “Which Donald Trump will show up?”
How strange is it that the man leading the GOP polling is so poorly understood (or, even worse, so well understood) that you don’t know “who will show up?”
Sure, there’s something to be said when it comes to business and even politics to have your opposition slightly wrong-footed. But how can someone so volatile and unpredictable actually be presidential material? I just don’t get it.
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