Could it be — lo and behold! — a walking-away from Greene?
No, of course not
. Anziché, Trump had issued a 231-word rant on how he had been cheated out of the
“Our Country is broken, our elections are rigged, corrotto, and stolen, our prosecutors are politicized, and I will just have to keep on fighting like I have been for the last five years,” scrisse.
And Trump’s thought on Greene’s anti-Semitic comments? Oh, he didn’t have any — and never will have any about any sort of offensive or ignorant remarks unless and until he believes that it hurts his brand.
The desire among reasonable Republicans like Jennings that Trump might actually start to act like a responsible leader and concern himself with what is good for the GOP as opposed to what is good for him is, in a word, quaint. And totally unreasonable based on everything we know about the former President.
Il punto: Non c'è nuovo briscola. No different briscola. There is only Trump — and the whims and vagaries that Republicans have allowed him to craft into the cult of personality that currently dominates their party.