In defense of Trump’s children
Among the many things that the mainstream media is now attacking Trump for, that includes attacking him because his children and son-in-law are on his transition team and he’s receiving advice from them.
The advice Trump received from his children and son-in-law, in part, helped him to win the election and become President when every single “expert” was saying he couldn’t possibly win the Republican nomination and then they said he couldn’t possibly beat HRC. Now they are saying he can’t possibly be a good President. I don’t see why Trump should stop taking advice from his children now when it has been pretty effective up until this point in helping him prove all of those “experts” to be wrong.
If HRC had won, we can be sure that her inner circle from her campaign would still be her inner circle in the White House. Why should it be different for Trump? The voters rejected HRC and her inner circle (which includes the weirdo Podesta and the Muslim Huma Abedin who was married to the weirdo Weiner) and voted for Trump and his inner circle which always included his children.
As I pointed out in my previous blog post, Trump has the constitutional authority to take advice from whomever he wants. The mainstream media needs to deal with it.