Karmically, you get what you pay for.
The easiest (and most accurate) point to make about Donald Trump and Joe Biden is that their presidencies will be no more alike than the men themselves.
Which is to say, as we transition from chaos to stability, all of the presumed differences we have long anticipated are going to quickly be both obvious and/but a shock to the system.
It has been said that when the American people turn from an incumbent president to a successor, the voters choose someone whose essence is the very opposite of what came before.
Compiling a list of what Trump and Biden have in common (don’t drink alcohol; somewhat consumed by Penn; semi-secretly insecure about their academic records; instinctively think of the police as the good side in almost any situation; don’t quite get Barack Obama; can lack self-awareness when they talk in public; think Sinatra is the bee’s knees; hair obsessives who have spent more time this past year and over the past 50 years on grooming than any other 70-somethings you know; prone to miscalculate over China; even if they did imbibe spirits, neither interested in having a drink with Mitch McConnell) only serves to put in sharper relief the stark differences between these two presidential cats (oh, and they now both think that Kevin McCarthy is a…different word for “cat”).
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