Trump World prays he can shut up over Supreme Court candidate Amy Coney Barrett Week

Controversial and lagging behind in the polls, President Donald Trump this week received what his allies have described as a gift: an opportunity to step out of the national spotlight while his party won a victory that would rearrange the plaques government tectonics.

Trump wasted the opportunity quickly.

For weeks, members of both political parties discovered a defining phenomenon of the presidential race: the more President Trump was at the center of the conversation, the more it was for him. The pattern continued throughout the summer and into the fall, and it contributed to the president’s deficit to former Vice President Joe Biden in the weeks of the election closing.

All of this had sparked some hope among some of the president’s allies, who believed that Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation hearings would give them the kind of reprieve they needed: the rare case of someone other than Trump. becoming the focus of national attention; and, with it, a conversation about something other than the rising number of coronavirus deaths, a declining US economy, and continued racial unrest in US cities.

“A1 all week will be the Supreme Court,” a source close to the Trump campaign predicted Monday morning. “Someone else in the headlines, especially someone who reminds gentle Republicans and independents what they love about Trump’s policies, is good for him, especially right now.

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