At a time when the new U.S. attorney general Jeff Sessions needs top-level support, the president Donald Trump blows it. The air cover Trump is trying to provide explodes before it can protect the distressed Sessions.
As BusinessInsider details, Trump positions and packages the media's, legal community's and the public's attack on Sessions in terms of a "witch hunt." Leveraging that over-used buzzphrase triggers glaze-overs. And smirks.
In itself, it is surprising. After all, Trump is the master of choosing just the right phrase at the right time to transport audiences. That had become his signature during Campaign 2016. In addition, he resurrected that extreme talent when he addressed the U.S. Congress.
Anti-Trump groups can organize a march to Salem to perform a burial ceremony for the phrase "witch hunt." During it they can conjure up a spell for high integrity to return to the government of America.
The nearby Harvard J.F. Kennedy School of Government can launch a contest for describing in any medium how that kind of integrity will look, walk, talk and smell. The winner is awarded a fellowship for a degree at that institution of higher learning.
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