Donald Trump’s America is no place for weaklings.
Impotent lawmakers, chokers and politicians who hug and kiss are out; real men — tough, mean and nasty — will be in if the real estate mogul takes the Oval Office.
That’s the picture of the brash new nation that Trump promises in the machismo-laden speeches on which he’s building his unorthodox campaign.
So far, The Donald’s bullish image is the key to his appeal among voters who are sick of the evasions of conventional politicians and who lap up his barked vows to bulldoze political correctness and get something done.
In the long run, the fate of Trump’s stunning poll-topping presidential campaign could rest on whether a broader swath of Americans tire of the constant braggadocio and deem it unfitting in a future commander-in-chief.