His candidacy is most troubling to the politicians but not to the people, at least not to the people who can and do think. That includes both Democrats and Republican voters. Peggy Noonan wrote the Trump phenomenon shows: “the deepening estrangement between the elites and the non-elites in America.” Trump will change that because he’s not part of it.

The government and the politicians have set themselves above and apart from the people. Sneering Barack Obama and Hillary his side-kicks Bill and Hillary Clinton who traveled around the world but did very little as Secretary of State. They’re great examples of the cognitive dissonance between the elites and the people. Trump is of the people. He’s not a phenomenon, he’s a citizen who thinks like the people, not like the elites. Just like us Trump knows he’s above the politicians who have grabbed the reins of government and won’t release them.
Jeb Bush again warned the base about Donald Trump. “It’s very fun to talk about the theatrics,” he said on “Morning Joe. ”Mr. Trump has tapped into “angst and anger,” but “his views are not the views of a conservative.”

“Mr. Trump’s supporters don’t care if he’s classically conservative. Doctrinal purity is not the story this year.” The Revolution is not Trumps issue. The people are doing it. It’s what the people want.

Mr. Trump and his legions of supporters aren’t just bucking a party, they’re bucking government and everything around, within and connected to it.

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