As the November Election draws nearer and Joe Biden's popularity grows while Trump's shrinks, Trump becomes more and more Trumpish, more crazy, more divisive, more anxious to please the most uncompromising xenophobic boiled down core of his base at the expense of driving away the true conservatives and moderates. It seems as though getting re-elected is no longer his primary goal. Why? Perhaps he doesn't really care. After all, although Trump demands scrupulous unthinking loyalty from others around him to himself, he has no loyalty to his followers. Trump as always is looking out for Trump. He sees the loyal core of his base as a financial opportunity after he leaves office. He will exit claiming the election was rigged and promising his base a return to white supremacy and whatever else they think they are losing as America continues to progress in the process of diversification that began with the onset of our republic. Jefferson in the Declaration of Independence listed as one of the grievances against King George the king's opposition to allowing immigration as an obstacle to American growth. Trump will continue to preach xenphobia to his shrinking base. Although they have become a minority of Americans, they are nonetheless millions in number and a reliable source of cash.