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That's a good question. Who defines presidential? Nina Easton just said that she hoped Trump would become presidential. She's by no means alone. There's all kinds of people suggesting that it's time now for Trump to pivot from the primary campaign attitudes and to assume the presidential attitude now, whatever it is. I guess we'd have to say the establishment defines that.
Now, if you want to go for the real definition of presidential, go read the Federalist Papers. The Federalist Papers will go into great detail about what the founders thought was necessary in an executive leader. And you know what was at the top of it? Morality, character, decency. John Adams, I believe it was, who said the Constitution was written for men of character, people, he meant, of character. If it ever fell into the hands of people without character or morality, that it was as worthless as the paper that it was on.