Finally, I understand. With Trump’s help, I now realize that:
“I have to tell you, it’s an unbelievably complex subject,” Trump said. “Nobody knew that health care could be so complicated.”
Having got my breath back after hearing this insight, I realized that this is indeed classic Trump.
When you can not do something, you look for an excuse.
You never apologize, you never consider that you might have been wrong.
You never, ever, ever admit that others were right before you. (Stalin used to convict people for “premature morality.”)
The distortion, at best, of truth to continue to keep things on the prior path.
The lack of introspection
I suspect that when we look back at the history of Trump’s presidency, we will discover that such acknowledgements are a prelude to a major change. I suspect that this precursor will be followed on attacks on prior allies for their positions, also then followed by the separation from decision-making and participation.
To be continued. . . .