https://www.mediaite.com/tv/kanye-w...blow-your-mind/amp/?__twitter_impression=true In fact, a strong argument could be made that, if Trump ever lost the image of having big “cojones,” it might be the only development which would cost him the support of his “Cult 45” following. Consequently, I will always believe that the biggest mistake Democrats made in the 2016 election was going after Trump, and playing right into hands, as a politically incorrect mean guy, instead of portraying him as a buffoon-like conman who was actually a paper tiger and, when it comes down to it, actually a wimp (just ask the still unfired Jeff Sessions). Trump’s political strength is the (mis)perception that he is strong, or has big “balls.” And yet Democrats, partly because they now seem to see anything that is “manly” as inherently bad, just can’t bring themselves to “feminize” Trump because in their minds it will make him seem less awful, when in reality it would make him politically impotent. … This article is spot on. I’ve always believed Trump is nothing like his supporters think he is but Democrats and the media constantly play into his hands as they don’t know how to effectively fight him. During the campaign I thought Marco Rubio was on to something when he went after Trump University and called Trump a con man. Unfortunately someone on his campaign then decided he needed to be a bad comedian insult factory making fun of Trump’s orange face, intimating that his small hands meant another piece of his anatomy was small etc. It killed his campaign. And if Michael Avenatti is anything to go by it looks like Democrats aren’t learning the lesson. If Democrats and Never Trump Republicans want to beat Trump they need to pierce the myth of Trump as strength. Take the Kavanaugh nomination. Trump says no other Republican would have stood by him and my Twitter feed of conservative media all agreed with him. Yet it’s complete BS. What saved Kavanaugh was first and foremost Democrats and the way they went after him over unproven allegations and other smears. And of course the man himself in the way he defended himself plus members of the judiciary committee like Lindsey Graham, Chuck Grassley and John Cornyn who forcefully defended him. And Mitch McConnell who made it his mission to get the guy confirmed. That made it easy for Trump to stick with him. But had there been wavering in the Senate where it looked like he wouldn’t get confirmed does anyone really think Trump would have stuck with a losing confirmation battle? Please. But he’ll push this myth to his gullible MAGA supporters who will eat it up. Wake up Democrats and non-Trump Republicans. If you want to beat him you need a new playbook.