I remember a while back Don Trump was asked a question about lying. His response was interesting in the context you raise.
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Some people keep different personalities for different situations. Nelson shone when he had his public face on, likewise Reagan. Not that I was a contemporary of either, of course.
The public conversation is decidedly lopsided with Trump. He’s got a series of canned responses to questions, so much so that he is easy to mimic. Sarah Cooper is brilliant in that she superimposes some human dimension atop the recorded words. It’s so simple, yet so effective.
One wonders is there any conversation going on at all in Trump’s mind when he talks with members of the public, either directly, as in the conversation with a widow, or indirectly through the media.
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And, of course, there is Twitter, the very definition of a text conversation. You could write a book about Trump on Twitter. Please.