The closest to advice was to keep on doing what he was doing.
I cheered when he made a move I liked. I never denounced the stupid things he said because he had enough people bad-mouthing him.
My role was to keep readers informed and their spirits up.
The National Review spent the campaign throwing a temper tantrum. Never Trump!
Now this DC insider publication that called him an ape, clown, and Hitler -- and his supporters Nazis -- is demanding that President Trump hire Republican Kelly Ayotte, who spent her re-election campaign for the Senate bad-mouthing. New Hampshire went for Hillary and voted Ayotte out.
From the National Review:
A Trump Nomination to Heal the Party: Kelly AyotteWhat a load of fertilizer.
The Republican Party needs no healing.
Ninety percent -- 90% -- of Republicans voted for President Trump. That was one point better than Democrats voted for Hillary.
The National Review demand of President Trump was written by Shawn McCoy, who was the spokesman for Mitt Romney’s failed presidential campaign.
"Trump the Press" skewers media experts who wrongly predicted Trump would lose the Republican nomination. I use my deadliest weapon: their own words. "Trump the Press" is available as a paperback, and on Kindle.
The sequel is coming.