Says Roger L. Simon in "The #NeverTrump Crowd Should Get a Life," adverting to the Bret Easton Ellis I was talking about — here — the other day.
Simon calls attention to Trump's ability as "a performer... with a wide range" and his stylistic flexibility, which we saw a glimpse of on Tuesday night, as he appeared "against a backdrop that resembled the White House, replete with a proscenium of flags."
I know... a "proscenium" is the arch in front of the stage, the frame.
The flags were — as he said — a backdrop.
But when Trump is President, the common people will have moved to the foreground, and elitists like me who correct your language usage will be the ludicrous fools the people never listened to anyway.