Beside all the negativity on Trump… I somehow doubt that Hillary Clinton really would have been a better president, in her own ways…
Maybe even then Trump situation could be something, that may bring some positive effect to the way politicans start to think and see ther damn duty as politicans.
In one way, even if I don’t agree with Trump in more than 99% of his statements, he may be right in one thing: It is time to rethink what politics should be about, and how politicans should see their duty.
I agree to an extent. I do like the message a Trump presidency sends to the career politicians, but at this point I don’t think the message is worth the rest of the package.
I have to agree to that, but I, even if I am German, try NOT to see only the bad side.
I really would appreciate a more constructive way of turning the heads of the standard politician, instead of tearing a country apart.
Yes, he WANTS to shut down the United States from the rest of the world, but as he tries it shows that it won’t work. And that it is no longer possible to make local/country based politics without watching how it affects the world politics.
Like even the building of his beloved wall to Mexico even may bring more illegal permanent Mexican immigrants:
At the moment there are saisonal migrants, that come to America to provide work, and travel back to Mexico to live… If they won’t provide a satisfying work or are as cheap as they are, nobody would hire them. But, if the wall is build and crossing the border would become hard, they only would cross once to the USA, and stay, because it would be insane to go back.
If they won’t do that and everyone would (as in Trumps dream) hire the more wanting US workers the price of the products would rise, so the things would get more expensive.
A thing I really agreed with Trump while his campaign:
TTIP is bad.
The influence of some worlds panning companies to the politics would be really, really bad for the people.
But my English is not well enough to describe the reasons.