E217. Post-Trump or Trump Redux?: The Future of the GOP
- Mar 11 2021
- Length: 34 mins
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Victor Davis Hanson considers the Republican Party’s future as it deals with the long shadow cast by the presidency of Donald Trump. Should the GOP embrace a Trump comeback? Or should it attempt to find a new standard-bearer who can blend the Trump agenda with a different sensibility? And what’s the one issue to which VDH thinks the GOP hasn’t paid nearly enough attention? Tune in to find out.
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- James K. Lambert
Wow, just wow. It was sad to see VDH tie his horse to the runaway Trump Train from the outset, but for him to continue defending it after it completely went off the rails on January 6 is disgusting. VDH makes weak arguments about how it was not an “armed” insurrection because there were no guns found and how Officer Sicknick was not killed by a blow to the head, so the attack he, and other officers suffered, is somehow ok? For a man this smart to play this dumb is pathetic. For the first time in our history a mob tried to stop Congress from performing their Constitutional function and maintain an unelected President in office. They were yelling and chanting about murdering elected officials, even the VP who Trumpests once praised, and VDH wants to gaslight us into forgetting about this? He wants us to consider the traitor Trump as a possible leader again? Anyone who thinks VDH is a patriot is delusional. His irritation hatred of anything left of center has has caused him to loose sight of the republic.