It was also great to see how he was greeted and accompanied for part of the day by Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, a man who opposed him vehemently but now has given his support to Trump. Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke was also lending his support. And Trump has made some adjustments to his style, still talking tough, but at a little lower level and without so much snark.
Donald Trump, Jr. was asked yesterday by Sean Hannity if "Papa" Trump was changing his approach. The younger Donald told him his dad would always be himself, but as the campaign moves into high gear as Labor Day approaches, expect more solid, deliberate discussions that remain on point. This seems clear from the use of prepared speeches over the last several days and less off the cuff remarks, but we should always expect Trump to retain some of his original approach and to the more limited degree that is a good thing. You can't expect the candidate to completely take away what brought him where he is in the first place, can you?
There is more positive news but we'll leave the details for discussion tomorrow. Trump has added two new and excellent political "nuts and bolts" experts and they will focus on his polling, message and delivery. Excellent news and just what the Doctor ordered. The Trump Train is definitely getting up speed. Let's keep it rolling forward.