Me at the beginning of 2016 and me at the end of 2016 pic.twitter.com/sLOajVfoRV— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) December 13, 2016
Steven Miller, a true conservative who once opposed President Trump, has seen the light.
Rich Lowry, editor of the National Review, has not.
His publication has been wrong about President Trump's hair (it is not a toupee), President Trump's skin (it's not orange), President Trump's fingers (they are not short), President Trump's followers (we are not Nazis following "father fuhrer"; nor do we whelp children like stray dogs do), President Trump's policies (he's not a liberal); President Trump's chances in two electoral cycles, Rich Lowry has ignorantly doubled down to pronounce, stupidly:
Donald Trump was supposed to take over the Republican Party, but the question going forward will be whether the Republican Party takes over him.If true, then why all the caterwauling about Against Trump and Never Trump?
President Trump indeed took over the party and gave it the White House. He can finish the Reagan agenda thanks to the Newt Gingrich Revolution of 1994 after 40 years, which took back the House, and the Tea Party of 2010, which took the House back after four years.
President Trump has proved his critics among conservatives wrong. He is a mainstream Republican who succeeded in winning by including the working class. Without his theatrical antics, President Trump would be Mitt Romney, aka Roadkill. (Even down to the not smoking and not drinking.)
Conservatives like Miller now get it.
Faux conservatives like Rich Lowry never will.
Please read "Trump the Press," in which I skewer media experts who wrongly predicted Trump would lose the Republican nomination. "Trump the Press" is available as a paperback, and on Kindle.
For an autographed copy, email me at DonSurber@GMail.com