Brooks’s column was met with effusive praise across the Never Trump community, even as the moderate Republican suggested a sort of detente in return for the favorable conservative policies being produced by the Trump White House.
The columnist approvingly cited reports that behind the scenes Trump is a well-informed and affable leader who knows how to run a good meeting.
Moreover, conventional wisdom and has suggested that interracial relationships fare worse than same-race ones.Washington headlines have been driven by Michael Wolff’s Swampland confessional, “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, ” and the slew of revelations that emerged in its turbulent wake.On one side of the political divide, Trump antagonists clutched Wolff’s book to their breasts while whispering sweet nothings to the 25th Amendment. Interracial relationships aren't a panacea to end racism, of course; nor can any type of relationship be over-generalized as better than another. Compare that with 1980, when less than 7% of new marriages took place between interracial couples and the share of overall marriages was just 3%. In 1987, about the impact of interracial marriage on society, 43% of Americans said more intermarriage has been a change for the better.Brooks even makes the breathtaking claim that “the White House is getting more professional.” [Trump has no idea what he thinks (except about those ‘shithole’ countries)] I find myself at a rare loss for words.