The Lady In Red Analysis

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The Lady in Red
Noga Sklar

After the first (and foremost?) presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, the most rejected presidential candidates in recent American history, I asked my brilliant (and authoritative) husband Alan: “Nu, after all these documentaries and debates, are you still in favor of Donald Trump as President of the United States?”
At first he was quiet. Then he did his best to escape a full answer.
“Hmm… well… I never said I was in his favor; I only said he was going to win. He is going to win.”
As has turned out to be the rule these days, this is not the real truth. The real truth — that of course could and must be deformed by my increasingly defective memory, or so my enemies prefer to believe — is that
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And this person would be Donald Trump. Not to mention the fact that I surely expect him to surround himself with capable, experienced, down-to-earth yet well-informed officials who will advocate for common-sense progress and concrete, realistic goals.
I was planning to finish my rambling today with a brilliant affirmation I heard the other day on TV, comparing some outstanding American historic figures such as, let’s say, Harry Truman, who rebuild a demised Europe after WWII, or even Reagan, who helped destroy the “good communist” myth, to a Barack Obama whose most palpable legacy is the creation of “transgender bathrooms.” But, unfortunately, I failed to write it down at the time and could not find it later — as you all know, an unforgivable sin for any attentive chronicler that deserves this name. And for that I hope you’ll accept my sincere
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