Watch: What Should We Expect From A Trump Administration?


Will Donald Trump’s inaugural promote national healing? Peggy Noonan of the Wall Street Journal, Michael Gerson of the Washington Post, Jeffrey Goldberg of the Atlantic and Jamelle Bouie of Slate Magazine discuss Trump’s slippery transition from the campaign trail to the Oval Office.




  1. Are Trump cheerleaders suffering a bad hangover?
    As a nation, we have drifted so far down stream that we think that it’s now normal.

  2. There are compromises that are made in order to securely retain that which is most essential. Such is a pragmatic compromise, and it is manifest by armistice agreements between nations, contract negotiations between employer and employee, and everyday peaceful conduct between competitors and adversaries, as well as between all people who nobly accommodate others even when such accommodation is not ideal.

    There is another variety of compromise – ideological compromise – denoted by acceding to a belief or approach which contravenes one’s stated values. In such a case, the compromise is not merely of a practical nature, but is rather a reflection of one or both of the parties actually changing values, or of shifting away, to whatever degree, from the original values that were claimed.

  3. “I think appointment of Supreme Court really was the driving force behind Donald Trump carrying Elliott County,” he said.

    Others see Trump as someone who represents their interests.

    “I’m not expecting (Trump) to be a pastor,” Justice said. “But I’m not expecting him to be a dictator.”


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