The conservative Drudge Report headlines with the Obama Administration's goodbye to the White House.
Knowing politics, it will also be the transition platform to The Next. Politicos always are in search of what will be the source of both income and power when one job ends.
Of course, there will be plenty of celebrities, ranging from Oprah to Stevie Wonder. Here is The Washington Post coverage which the Drudge Report links to.
The signature of the Democratic party has been entertainment stars as fierce loyalists. In Campaign 2016, Hillary Clinton could count on them to sponsor fundraising events. Also, they would tell the media that they planned to leave America if Donald Trump became U.S. president.
However, as we know, that star power failed to make the Democratic candidate for president the winner. And, in capitalism, winning is everything.
So, one wonders if stars will find that their megawattage will only function in the world of entertainment. Will their endorsement of politicos become irrelevant? In addition, will marketers of consumer products such as anti-aging skin creams stop using them as influencers? The ad pages in the print edition of Vanity Fair will look very different.
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