A few months ago I read a book called The Case For Trump by Victor Davis Hanson.
Victor Davis Hanson is an American commentator, classicist, and military historian, and has written on warfare and contemporary politics for The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, National Review, The Washington Times and more.
I like Trump
I like Donald Trump, not because of his politics, but because of a combination of how he derails the corporate media and what he ironically (or unironically) symbolises. He is a billionaire who, as Sex Pistols‘ John Lydon said, “represents” the working class of America, while Hillary Clinton represents Hollywood and the elite class.
He’s still a neocon
While I like him for anti-woke reasons (and his opposition to global warming propaganda), he is typically still a neocon who has foreign policies with which I disagree and – how can anybody forget that – he took great pride in pushing for a mass rollout of dangerous mRNA jabs.
Victor laid down a few key points on why Trump’s presidency mattered in the grand scheme of things.