It Took Trump 9 Hours to Completely Reverse His Stance on Protesters

Jack Holmes
Esquire

From Esquire

You might remember two things in particular about Donald Trump as a candidate. One, he really didn't like protesters. And two, he wasn't exactly consistent on many of his views-except, of course, that we need The Wall and we need it now. Neither of those characteristics seems to have faded away now that he is President-elect. Exhibit A: That proposal for a "total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States" went poof overnight, then came back. Exhibit B: His views on the protests that have erupted in cities across the country in response to his victory.

They're paid professionals! They're incited by the media! It's unfair! That was 9 P.M. last night. But look! Just nine hours later, our new president had a dramatic change of heart:

Passion! Togetherness! Small groups! It's truly amazing what a good night's sleep can do for the mind. Either that, or a desperate talking-to from Kellyanne Conway. Can we expect this on other issues-say, whether to throw 20 million people off the insurance rolls by repealing Obamacare? We'll have to wait and see. These are exciting times.

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