By Michael Snyder
The Clinton News Network continues to trash Donald Trump at every opportunity, and now Chris Cillizza is accusing the president of having a “fake-it-until-you-make-it strategy”…
This fake-it-until-you-make-it strategy is pure Trump. And not just in politics: It’s a defining element of his life.
There’s a moment in the 2016 “Frontline” documentary on Trump and Hillary Clinton — a must-watch if you haven’t already — in which a former associate of Trump is describing how the real estate magnate handled bad news and bad deals. Paraphrasing, the associate said: “He’ll just declare victory and move on. It’s what he does.”
That approach to life is how Trump has weathered — and even prospered! — amid three bankruptcies and as many marriages. He acts like he won, like he knew this was happening all along, like he meant it to happen. He creates a reality that may, but often does not, comport with actual reality, and then sells that created reality as hard as he possibly can.
Can you imagine if they had said something like this about Obama?
This is another example that shows why CNN continues to lose more credibility and more viewers…
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