Miss Manners is classic American culture. Miss Manners is a unifying force for America.
She has broad support.
Once upon a time, most Americans had manners. Today, Democrats lack manners. Republicans can virtue signal that they have manners.
In Boston, in 1722, a set of letters were published by Mrs. Silence Dogood, and they went viral. The opinions in the letters gained broad support. Mrs. Dogood herself kept her identity secret. Mrs. Dogood is her pen name. In spite of the fact that no one knew what she looked like, many men publicly offered to marry her.
Mrs. Dogood's letters were published by James Franklin's print shop. Benjamin Franklin is James' younger brother and works in the shop.
Turns out that the letters were written by Benjamin. Benjamin had proposed to James some material to publish, and James rejected it. James rejected all of Benjamin's proposed material. James censored Benjamin.
You can't censor Benjamin. Benjamin responded by writing the Dogood letters and placing them anonymously under James' doorstep. James published them because they got great ratings.
Trump is a master writer. He wrote a show that got great ratings, and it got him a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Democrats can't do that. Democrat hate for Trump is rooted in jealousy.
Haters gonna hate.
Without Trump, no one would watch CNN. CNN should kiss Trump's ass.
You can't censor a master writer. A master writer will find a way to kick the censor's ass.
Trump is Mr. Manners.
Funny, didn't take much thinking at the beginning of this posting to know Ben Franklin was Mrs. Dogood even before the brother's censorship was stated. Yay for one of my favorite souls of that era. I rather miss Emily Post for just this reason.
As to Trump, he intentionally speaks in the basic terms and cadence of "Joe Schnook" because that is precisely who he represents. Ask Churchill about fancy language. Yes, he was a master of it, but his deepest form of communication was to the common man in what at that time was the common man's language. Eloquence is lovely to hear but rarely is hard hitting. Do you want praise for your eloquence or are you seeking action?
"Trump is a master writer" is that why he can't spell or form a coherent thought?
I thought the Right wanted celebrities to just shut up and act / dribble / whatever and stay out of politics? Now you care about Hollywood clout? I thought you hated award shows? Now you care about Hollywood accolades?