Tucker Carlson recently told a German newspaper what he tought was wrong with Trump. From Robert Ringer at lewrockwell.com:
In an interview with a German newspaper, Tucker Carlson undoubtedly caused a lot of Trump supporters to flinch when he spoke frankly about what he sees as the president’s shortcomings. Right out of the starting gate, he stated that he intensely dislikes Trump’s self-aggrandizement and boasting.
Tucker is not alone on this one. Those of us who support Trump’s proposed agenda (repeat, proposed) feel pretty much the same way. It’s very sad that President Trump has such an insatiable need to bluster about his achievements — even when the facts don’t back up his words — because it’s probably cost him a record approval rating.
One of the most basic rules of good human relations is to be aware that people hate arrogance and love humility. Puffery is a self-destructive trait, and one that is totally unnecessary for someone of Donald Trump’s stature.
Tucker went on to say that he doesn’t believe Trump is “capable of sustained focus” and that “I don’t think he understands the system.” Perhaps, but if he understood the swamp system too well, he probably would not be as good as he is at thinking outside the box.