{FD} Victor Davis Hanson: Trump, Truman and the paradox of presidential morality

In some sense, Donald Trump was replaying the role of the unpopular tenure of loudmouth Democrat Harry Truman (president, 1945Ãâ‚—53). Ãâ‚Å”Give Ãâ‚â„em HellÃâ‚ï Harry came into office following the death of Franklin Roosevelt. He miraculously won the 1948 election against all expert opinion and polls. Truman left office in January 1953 widely hated. Indeed, his final approval ratings (32 percent) were the lowest of any departing president, except for those of Richard Nixon.