His thoughts are a muddled mess.
Here he is in Fairfax this morning. Get past the slogans and the clichés and explain to me what in God's name he's trying to say:
"This country does not just succeed when just a few are doing well at the top. It succeeds when the middle class gets bigger. Our economy does not grow from the top-down, it grows from the middle-out. We do not believe that anybody is entitled to success in this country. But we do believe in opportunity. We believe in a country where hard work pays off and responsibilities are rewarded and everybody is getting a fair shot and everybody's doing their fair share. And everybody's p[l]aying by the same rules. That is the country [we] believe in. That is what we have been fighting for the last four years. That is what we're going to put in place in the next four years if you reelect me as president of the United States of America."
We should all be poor alike? Maybe?
Beats me what the world's greatest communicator is trying to communicate.
That's his problem. He strings jumbled words, fragmented thoughts, and catchphrases together and his fans applaud. Without having the first clue as to how to translate the gobbledygook.
The President of the United States.