Trump Is Cutting Old Gordian Knots
April 5, 20186 min read, 1131 words

Trump Is Cutting Old Gordian KnotsTrump Is Cutting Old Gordian Knots

Published: April 5, 2018  |  6 min read, 1131 words
The proverbial knot of Gordium was impossible to untie. Anyone clever enough to untie it would supposedly become the king of Asia. Many princes tried; all failed.When Alexander the Great arrived, he was challenged to unravel the impossible knot. Instead, he pulled out his sword a...
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April 5, 2018
This is an opinion piece that offers zero supporting evidence for its argument, but it's a very interesting perspective nonetheless. At times it feels like a justification of Trump's chaotic political maneuvers, but it also offers an interesting analogy of cutting through an impossible knot rather than struggling to untangle it. It's worth reading, but readers should be aware that it's purely the opinions of author Victor Davis Hanson.
April 5, 2018
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April 5, 2018
This summarizes what happens when an entrenched bureaucracy has to deal with a fully unconventional force with the view of history added into the mix. Interesting perspective.
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