In a statement provided to the Bucks County Courier Times, Ullman admitted “political theatre” was not “the best turn of phrase” but would not “apologize for wearing a mask.”. His defining work from this era is The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test(published the same day as … Just look at Reagan. TAS: And what about Hillary Clinton versus Trump? One of the stories about Reagan that I remember is the time he went to Germany to speak before the Berlin Wall. Wolf said in a statement he tested positive Tuesday after a "routine" test. As a member of the Manhattan intelligentsia, novelist Tom Wolfe seems a lonely defender of George Bush's conservative values. Pennsylvania. Follow him on Twitter, Democratic Pennsylvania lawmaker caught admitting masks are 'political theater', GOP senators to attend Biden inauguration Wednesday after objecting to his Electoral College win, Manchin says 14th Amendment ouster should be 'consideration' for Sens. TAS: Having written so much about New York City, the rise of Donald Trump must be a subject of interest to you. Trump declares that Tom Wolfe, who passed away in 2018, is one of his favourites, but admits that he is yet to read his acclaimed novel Bonfire of the Vanities, which was published in October 1987. And he said something like, “You know, when you first meet Reagan and you spend a half hour with him, you leave saying, ‘Oh my God, how could the future of the free world be dependent on such a stupid guy?’” But then Kissinger said, “And yet every move he makes is right.” Kissinger was horribly embarrassed when that came out. It was at the time when the Berlin Wall was still a big factor. TAS: Do you see him as a New York original? There is a lot of distress and contempt for government and he is capitalizing on that. Dr. Ramin Oskou joins 'The Ingraham Angle' to discuss the effects of wearing a mask. or redistributed. You would think, for example, that his refusal to be on a television program with Megyn Kelly [at Fox News] would hurt him. HARRISBURG (KDKA) — Governor Tom Wolf addressed the riots at the U.S. Capitol during a press conference about COVID-19 on Friday. Tom Wolf (D) has tested positive for COVID-19 but says that he is currently experiencing no symptoms. I’m waiting so we can do a little political theater,” Ullman responds laughing before returning to the podium. Tom Wolfe, Mauve Gloves & Madmen, Clutter & Vine (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1976). /*