Conservative Columnist Imagines How WWII Would Have Gone If FDR Had Been ‘Trumpy’

Conservative columnist Max Boot imagined World War II taking a very different turn in his latest column for The Washington Post published Friday.

Spoiler alert: not well for the Allies.

Boot, who left the GOP in direct response to Trump’s 2016 election victory, envisioned the “Trumpy FDR” losing interest soon into the war, then prematurely declaring victory, hyping a “death ray,” complaining about rationing and curfews and ultimately holding rallies to rebuke his predecessor.

“If FDR had taken Trump’s approach, this column would be in German,” concluded Boot, who said it is “no surprise” that Trump has “already gotten bored with a war against the coronavirus that isn’t going his way.”

Luckily, Boot noted, “Roosevelt focused with single-minded devotion on defeating the United States’ enemies until the day of his death.”

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