After Obama, the commander in chief will also be entertainer in chief

According to USA Today:

Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush and John Kasich all say so: America is electing a commander in chief, not an “entertainer in chief.’’ Civics teachers everywhere say, amen!

But a candidate who wants to beat one outstanding entertainer (Donald Trump) for the right to succeed another (Barack Obama) must be able to put on a show, and to go on one. An ability to entertain — in even quirky settings — has become part of the job.

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