Trump will be Trump and his latest campaign hires signal message control but also a populist, outsider message.
The campaign has delivered good policy speeches the past week, but continued mistakes and media obsession with defeating him has slowed the post convention period.
With polls showing him way behind and most experts declaring the race over, Donald Trump will do it his way, and if last night's speech in Milwaukee is an indication, the next 82 days will be interesting.
At his best, Trump is about change and shaking it up. At his worst, he shows judgment that makes your hair scream.
But his opponent is tired and of a era gone by. She is not trusted and is part of a power structure that monetizes "public service".
If nothing else, let's hope Mr. Trump can expose the myths of Democratic hegemony over minorities who continue to live in cities where opportunity is nil and the elites prosper.
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