Famous Historian Explains Why he Supports Trump

Historians have a unique perspective on current events. While most people view current events through the lens of how they appear today, historians have an eye on how current events will go down in history and how they will be viewed by future generations.

Appearing on a Fox News interview, famous historian Victor Davis explained why he supports President Donald Trump, and why he believes the president will be viewed far more favorably in the future textbooks of American history.

Among several other books that Victor Davis has written and published, Davis has an upcoming book called “The Case for Trump”. In his Fox News interview with conservative commentator Mark Levin, Davis talks a little about what to expect from this book and explains why Trump was exactly what America needed at this point in history.

According to Davis, conservatism in America is on the brink of a crisis, facing existential threats from all sides, and Trump was the only person willing to acknowledge these threats. Not only did he acknowledge these threats, he promised to fight back against them no matter what it takes or how politically incorrect it might be.

Davis’s interview offers a fascinating perspective on the Trump Presidency and the current state of American politics. To see the full interview, be sure to check out the video below.

~ Liberty Planet


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