Mama Bear's voice was wonkish, as in the smartest girl in the class.
For a long time, Baby Bear's voice had been plain-vanilla liberal.
That was then for Chelsea Clinton.
Now that the parents have receded from the spotlight, Baby Bear is taking over the staging of the Clinton dynasty. With a new voice. It's confident, with an edge.
That first showed up in her slamming Trumpism.
Now, as Emma Stefansky documents in Vanity Fair, the new Chelsea persona is dominating Twitter. Several times a day she tells the world what is. At least as she sees it. Unlike Donald Trump's tweets hers send the message of education and sophistication.
That reasoned tone, sometimes with pinches of sarcasm sprinkled on, can gain a following in both parties. Americana is becoming weary of the Archie Bunker type of ranting. No surprise, Trump's approval rating is in the 40s. What began as the plain-speaking of supposed authenticity has mutated into a caricature of Bunkerism. It's amazing to recall that Trump graduated from Wharton.
Chelesa has the advantage of learning from her father's and mother's mistakes. She could become a more powerful leader than they were. She doesn't have to run for office to take on that role. But if she does, the smart money will buy in.
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