Television — which permeates our lives more than ever and helped make Trump a celebrity — has taught most of us to want more.
Sure, we’ve all seen our share of junky TV; craven time-killers and iffy programming are not hard to find.
Whatever our tastes — even if they veer toward the dystopian or unsubtle — we’re used to being able to choose from any array of excellent options from those who build narratives for us.
That’s why, for a long time, Trump’s candidacy struck many in both parties as a non-starter.
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