Hello, I red an interesting book of Neil Postman called "Entertaining ourselves to death" that explored the evolution of political and religious life related to the evolution of medias. The books was published in the 80's when television was the dominant media. He basically explain that a dominant media create a type of mindset, that has deep concrete consequences on different aspect of life, in that case political life as a dominant media forge a specific of mindset. He explore the evolution of the american intellectual life, that went from the domination of books under the founding father to the domination of television. As television become more dominant, that is dominated by entertainment, political life became itself a show, and politican became more actors, sometimes literally. That you hate, love or have any other kind of appreciation of Trump, you can't deny that he incarnated a new kind of communication based on outrage. I suppose simply that is communication was better adapted to a communication based on memes and hashtags, it explains also how he managed to win despite having most medias against him. It's furthermore interesting to notice that anger is one of the emotion that navigate the best in social networks : https://www.sciencefocus.com/the-hu...kes-us-so-angry-and-what-you-can-do-about-it/ Furthermore, more and more political movements are based on hashtags, metoo and blacklivesmatter are hashtags. I suppose we should except that political life would be more and more based on memes, hashtags, and anger, whatever is the political side, until the next revolution in medias.