Saturday, November 12, 2016

Remember those Trump campaign events that resembled 1930s Nazi party rallies?

Guess what? He wants to bring them back.


Tucked in the middle of a story in today's New York Times on Donald Trump that talks about his fondness for waking up in his own bed at Trump Tower in New York, is this revelation: He apparently misses the "instant gratification and adulation" that he received on the campaign trail from his adoring followers.

Because what better way to recharge your batteries after a stressful week in Washington than holding a good old-fashioned Nazi party rally attended by thousands of fanatical party members?

His aides say he has also expressed interest in continuing to hold the large rallies that were a staple of his candidacy. He likes the instant gratification and adulation that the cheering crowds provide, and his aides are discussing how they might accommodate his demand.

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“I think Trump has discovered that these rallies are tremendous opportunities for him to get his message out,” said Christopher Ruddy, chief executive of Newsmax Media, a conservative website. “It’s actually sort of old-fashioned, that you want to actually meet people and press the flesh with him.”


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