The President began the week by giving a somber, thoughtful foreign policy speech on Afghanistan, which is the longest-running war in US history. He read from the teleprompter, didn't stray, and received high marks. On Tuesday, just eight months into his administration, he held a 2020 campaign rally in Phoenix, where he reverted to form, misquoting his own remarks after Charlottesville, and raging against Arizona's two Republican senators and the press (he even led a chant of "Lock Her Up" for old time's sake). Then last night, in a speech to an audience of veterans, he switched back to "presidential."
If this president reminds you of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, there's no mistaking which persona is the real Donald Trump. MOMocrats Karoli, Aliza Worthington and Donna Schwartz Mills discuss. An Engender Media Group production.