Media Goes Off-Message on Donald Trump
Donald Trump has had an easy time of it in the media thus far. Yesterday, something he didn't expect popped up.
What actually happened is not up for discussion here. First, none of us were there, and more importantly, I have no interest in being sued by Donald Trump over readers' comments. (Be forewarned, comments opining on the substance of the allegation and personal attacks on either Trump or his ex-wife's character will be deleted as soon as I see them.)
What is of interest (at least at this site) is how he responds to this unexpected public relations mess, including his response to erroneous public comments by those who work for him. (His lawyer, who also serves as executive vice president at the Trump Organization) has acknowledged his erroneous statements about the law and apologized.
Many have said the test of leadership during a crisis is not the crisis itself, but one's behavior during it. How's Trump doing?
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