The debate over Donald Trump is not going to end anytime soon, if ever, but two things are known for sure. He is a masterful manipulator of the political process including redefining how to win elections.
The whirling noise you may have heard recently is the all the moderate Michigan Republicans who are spinning in their collective graves over the direction their beloved party has taken since they departed. Donald Trump is the leader and unelected at that.
The Ionia County Republican Party is seeing a turnover in leadership in the wake of the Aug. 2 primary election results — including the likely appointment of a 2020 presidential election skeptic.
Ionia County Commissioner Georgia Sharp of Portland Township, a three-term incumbent and the current chairwoman of the county’s important Personnel Committee, was ousted as commissioner in the primary to Terence Frewen of Danby Township, a fellow Republican, by 711 votes to 410 votes.
Author and national political correspondent David Drucker took a year, but he finally got a sit down with former President Donald Trump for a book he was writing on the upcoming 2024 race for president “In Trump’s Shadow.”
And here are two of his major takeaways from the chat.