(Discussing why he thinks Trump is a good man)
...Many "common people" feel—quite correctly—that the "elites" mock them. And they do. The president understands this more than anyone, because the "elites" look down not only on the "common person," but on Trump as well. There is a connection between Trump and his audience regarding this issue. They have grown weary of the cynical, mocking, controlling elites of society.
... if you want to understand the man, you need to know this axiom: "The president will not start a fight, but he will finish it." That was told to me by a person who has known him extremely well for a long time. Next time you see him in a "fight," remember who started it.
Thirdly—and this comes again from someone who knows him really well—and I quote, "he really wants to do what is right." I have observed this quality about him. This is one of the characteristics I most appreciate about of our president.
Fourth, he is a superb listener. Everyone who meets with him observes that he is a quick study and listens intently. I do not think I have ever observed one who so intuitively grasps an issue.
...he really loves America. Nothing more need be said.
Eighth, he is a New York City street fighter—not with fists, but with words. It is at this point that "Never Trumpers" become apoplectic. What they do not understand is the depth of vile, vengeful and deceitful disdain that the Democratic/media/academic/Hollywood cabal (with some business and sports figures piling on as well) have for Trump. It is wicked. I am stunned he survives it every single day. Let's be honest, you and I do not face what he does daily.
We need a fighter. We have one. We need a disrupter. We have one. We need a wrecking ball. We have one. Mother Teresa is wonderful, but we do not need someone like her for our president right now. We desperately need a Churchill. We have one.