Clippings: “Trump’s Weakness– And Ours” (Sept. 17, 2018)

————————————-QUOTE OF THE DAY———————————————–

“Two things motivate almost 100 percent of Trump’s behavior:
self-preservation or self-aggrandizement. There never is a strategy because
he’s not a strategic thinker.”
-Trump biographer Tim O’Brien


Trump’s Weakness– and Ours. I’m citing this article, not because it
focuses on (purple) Colorado, where I live, but because it underscores national
trends we had all better think about seriously: “This Is Not the End of Trump: Chaos
in the White House has not diminished the chances of a two-term presidency” at:

(Thanks to Andy Gordon for this– and he’s not a resident of Colorado)

Trump Albatross: The Coming Election. See “President Trump is getting
his wish: It’s all about him” (Article attached) at:–bigly/2018/09/14/d05dee32-b83b-11e8-94eb-3bd52dfe917b_story.html?utm_term=.afe06a5bd726&wpisrc=nl_most&wpmm=1

But a question concerns what stance the Democrats will take:
“2020 Dems: Rebels v. Restorationists” : ‘The key question is: How crazy will Trump
make us?’ asked a veteran of Democratic presidential campaigns. ‘How far out there
will you go to be like Trump?’ Good questions. For answers, see:

(Thanks to Richard Adler for alerting me to this article)

The Cybersecurity Threat: Still There. “I’m teaching email security to
Democratic campaigns. It’s as bad as 2016” arguing that someone — the government
or Silicon Valley — needs to step in to help. (Article attached) See: