Following the landslide victory by the GOP in the 2012 Congressional elections, political commentator Bill Whittle boldly predicted that the next president would come from the pop culture and not the political class. With the recent emergence of non-establishment candidates such as Donald Trump, Dr. Ben Carson, Carly Fiorina and Bernie Sanders, Whittle’s prognostication seems safe for now. But as the political process has evolved, Whittle finds himself with a surprising affection for Trump. “I don’t think Donald Trump is a conservative … I don’t know what he is but there is one thing that he doesn’t seem to be and that is afraid,” Whittle says. “He doesn’t seem to be afraid of anything, especially the one thing that every other Republican is terrified of, namely Donald Trump doesn’t seem to give a damn what the news media, late-night comedians or hip-hop artists think about him.” Tune in to see what else Whittle so loves about The Donald in this edition of “Afterburner” on PJTV.