Trump Proves He Has Wisdom and Temperament to Lead Free World, Terrifies Naysayers

Trump Proves He Has Wisdom and Temperament to Lead Free World, Terrifies Naysayers, by Charles Hurt. A turning point has been reached in the Republican campaign:

Mr. Trump’s address to American Israel Public Affairs Committee Monday night was thoughtful and considered. It was not one of his rambling ad-lib campaign speeches, which are enormously entertaining for supporters but maddening for people trying to piece together his specific policy positions.

At AIPAC, Mr. Trump laid out a clear and concise vision about the threats we and our allies face from the terror and hatred spewing from Islamic radicals in the Middle East. The speech was highly-informed and clearly influenced by the smart people he is listening to around him.

It was one of his first speeches delivered to an audience that wasn’t filled with Republican Party faithful. It was his first major address of the general election. And he aced it. …

A new, Presidential Trump emerged:

In short, the speech terrified people who have at every step of the way been so eager to dismiss Mr. Trump as a ridiculous buffoon. Even better, the speech terrified Democrats. Seven months of Mr. Trump giving speeches like that will erase this notion that he is some kind of carnival barker.

After seven months of this kind of measured, presidential campaigning, Republicans will be happily unified behind a statesmanlike leader and ready to support him against a lying, dissembling, washed-up politician who has a remarkable career of failure on the world stage.

Hurt predicts Trump, with his laser-like focus on borders and immigration, will prevail over the politically-correct Hillary in a landslide:

In November, Mr. Trump will face a lifelong politician who is so disengaged from the threat of terrorism that she will not even speak its name, for fear of offending someone.