Soltis Anderson: Trump’s ‘Worst Enemy’ Is Being out of the Headlines

‘He knows that sort of his worst enemy is not saying something offensive or something wrong, but rather, being out of the headlines’

ANDERSON: "He’s still this unknown quantity to a lot of people in that what will he do as president? You know, not — his — he’s been in headlines for 30 some years, but people are always waiting to see what’s the next thing that he’s going to say, what’s the next position he’s going to take? So certainly, he knows that sort of his worst enemy is not saying something offensive or something wrong, but rather, being out of the headlines. He knows that that’s where he’s done best thus far."

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