But George Herbert Walker Bush was best at home. Not domestic policy, but at home — as a man of faith, family and fatherhood.
AMLO has a single six-year term in which to make himself useful. In any case, his election announces a reconfiguration of power that opens the door to a Mexican societal evolution.
Trump’s problem is that it’s impossible to be tough in the Kim-crown prince fashion in the United States. Obstacles abound. There are three branches of government, the rule of law and an untamed press.
Presidents normally seek to reduce tensions. Damage control is at the top of their agendas. Remarkably Mr. Trump is the opposite. It’s as if he seeks to heighten tensions. He can’t put out his fuses. Damage inflation results.