Krohn, with braces and a disheveled mop of brown hair, rushes up to me, steps on my foot and politely asks for permission to use the bathroom. His rushed fury is understandable. He’s here for CPAC this week (…)
When Krohn speaks he talks so fast that he runs out of air. He gets fidgety, pounding his right hand on the couch in karate chops to emphasize his points. “I want to bring Americans back to conservative values,” he says. “I’m not trying to convert people.” He says he wants to attend Princeton to study political philosophy. His mother tells me his IQ is 128 (which she explains is high).