GREG SCORZO ponders on Trump, Populism, World Peace and ‘A FACE IN THE CROWD.’
In this podcast, Culture on the Offensive editor Greg Scorzo discusses the origins of the left’s psychological perception of Trump. It’s not Trump himself but a projection of the character Lonesome Rhodes from Elia Kazan’s 1957 film A Face in the Crowd. Scorzo explores how this mistaken perception of Trump stops the left from understanding the aspects of Trump the left should actually support.
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