Klayman: Trump Needs to Continue to Fight Back for Conservatives Against Bolsheviks Like Nicolas Kristoff! In the End Only One of Us Will Prevail! It's a Matter of Survival at This Point!
By Nicholas Kristof
New York Times
May 14, 2017
When George Washington was preparing to take office, everybody wondered what to call him. Senators proposed lofty titles like "Illustrious Highness" and "Sacred Majesty."
But Washington expressed irritation at such fawning, so today we are led by a modest "Mr. President." Later, Washington surrendered office after two terms, underscoring that institutions prevail over personalities and that, in the words of the biographer Ron Chernow, "the president was merely the servant of the people."