by Joel B. Pollak
President Donald J. Trump closes his presidency on Wednesday as a tragic hero. The fatal flaw that made him successful — his will to win, regardless — also brought about the bitter conclusion to his term.
Unlike his predecessors, he never broke the law (Clinton), or the rules of the Constitution (Obama), but he tested the limits of democracy by trusting his “movement” to impose its will.
His boldness made him an extraordinarily successful president — until his disastrous January 6 challenge, which has left the Republican Party divided and dispirited.
What now? There will be many efforts to prescribe a future direction for the MAGA movement, for the party, and for conservatism. Read the rest at breitbart.com.