I'm getting some echoes of LBJ in our current president-elect. Like Trump, LBJ paid obsessive attention to TV, going so far as to have 3 TV's, one for each network going in his offices. Like Trump, LBJ did a lot of feinting and faking, trying to build some drama and keep his adversaries off balance. (I'm thinking of his appointments and occasionally on policy. He kept Hubert Humphrey in suspense for months before confirming his selection as Vice President.) Like Trump, LBJ didn't relax, he drove himself and his staff relentlessly. Like Trump, I don't think LBJ had many close friends. Like Trump, LBJ was unfaithful, though unlike Trump he stayed in his marriage. Like Trump, LBJ didn't conform to the usual norms of gentility and political custom. Like Trump, LBJ could be volatile and very thin-skinned.
Unlike Trump, LBJ's domestic policies were admirable.