The Drudge Report has returned to domestic politics. Today's focus in on how the Trump Administration is stage-crafting its First 100 Days. Over the weekend the Drudge Report had been preoccupied with the political dynamics in France.
Essentially, the Drudge Report sizes up the week leading in to the 100-day milestone on Saturday, April 28, 2017 as "busy."
Actually, the pace is frenetic. The stage-crafting is all over the place. Yet, Donald Trump shrugs off the marker as "artificial." However, it's expected that a leader produce clear wins within that timeframe. That's why smart players only initiate what their golden gut indicates they can pull off.
Drudge links to the media coverage of how Trumpville is positioning and packaging this critical week.
All that busyness will culminate with a rally this Saturday in Pennsylvania. Trump's approval rating is low. Rallies are an almost cartoonish move by politicos to boost support. That dates back to the Roman days of bread and circuses. Also, in Argentina, Evita sure knew how to put on a good show.
The week's actual business includes a second run at TrumpCare and the budget deadline. It's possible that government could be shut down. In addition, the president is planning to sign executive orders on energy and rural policies. There is a meeting set up with the president of Argentina.
Shrewdly, Trump is making a pilgrimage to a National Rifle Association (NRA) event in Atlanta, Georgia. The NRA members are big supporters and that should provide positive media, unless, of course, protestors steal the show. Theatre is always risky in a democracy.
The day after the 100-day mark the Sunday broadcast programs will analyze how the president is faring inside the beltway and in the larger arena of national and international public opinion. Trump could get hammered.
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