Namely D. Axelrod on how Trump can govern in view of his cabinet picks’ differing with him on “some key issues”:
“This is a great, unanswered question,” said David Axelrod, who was a top adviser to Mr. Obama. “It seems that Trump does not come to this with a well-developed philosophy so much as a well-conceived marketing strategy.
“Now there will be a behind-the-scenes battle to fill in the void that will mirror the battle between factions of the Republican Party. It is not clear how these disputes in the battle to define Trump will be decided.”
Wuxtry, wuxtry. Pot just called kettle black. To put it another way, substitute his onetime boss, as that it seems Obama came without “well-developed philosophy so much as a well-conceived marketing strategy.”
A strategy, it should be noted, devised by D.A. himself.