The Wall Street Journal has just attacked Trump’s manhood in an intense raw editorial.
Peggy Noonan, the author of the article, wrote this amazing critique and justly named her column “Trump Is Woody Allen Without the Humor.”
Noonan believes that “Half his tweets show utter weakness. They are plaintive, shrill little cries, usually just after dawn.”
And that’s only the beginning of what she had to say about Trump.
“The President’s primary problem as a leader isn’t that he is brash and stupid, it is that he is weak and sniveling. It is that he undermines himself almost daily by ignoring traditional norms and forms of American masculinity.”
Then she went on to really hit him where it hurts the most:
“He’s not strong and self-controlled, not cool and tough, not low-key and determined; he’s whiny, weepy and self-pitying. He throws himself, sobbing, on the body politic. He’s a drama queen. It was once said, sarcastically, of George H.W. Bush that he reminded everyone of her first husband. Trump must remind people of their first wife.”
For some awful reason, Trump believes he is a tough guy which he proves with his declarations of dominance around other world leaders. But in reality, he is just a little child who is begging for validation.
Noonan is actually a conservative who has been very critical of Trump.
She said that American men used to see themselves as the “strong silent type celebrated in mid-20th century films” and added that his style “was more like that of Wood Allen.”
The White House has been on the defense the last two weeks as things have heated up. Trump has recently been criticizing his own attorney general but refuses to fire him. On Friday morning, the Republicans failed to advance a major objective to partially repeal Obamacare.
Trump continues to throw daggers at the media saying they are persecuting him with “fake news” and that it is Hillary Clinton that should be investigated for “crimes.”