A long but good read from McKay Coppins at Buzzfeed. Gives good insight into some of what might drive The Donald. Personally, I found the writing hilarious, in a Matt Taibbi-like sarcastic style. I have to say that even though I would never vote for Trump myself, and I dont think he has the temperament to do well as USA Inc CEO. His decades long drive to stick it to the snobby elite that look down on him is something I can relate to and respect. And what the fuck do I know about what makes a good president anyway? And who can really know how he might do on the job? We're all just guessing. At least he doesnt seem to have a rigid ideology like slick professional ideologues Ted Cruz and Paul Ryan, who are far more dangerous IMHO. Anyways, hope some of you all enjoy the article as I did.
"From political power brokers to the entire island of Manhattan, a varied cast of taunting insiders has inadvertently driven Donald Trump’s lifelong revenge march toward the White House. This is what it’s like to be one of them."