Everything about Trump is fake and ignorance – USA

In an article on May 18, 2017 in the Washington Post, written by Marc Fisher, he quoted from Donald Trump’s book (a bestseller) ‘The art of the Deal’: “Trump: “But in the end, you’re measured not by how much you undertake, but by what you finally accomplish.”

In criticisms of Trump’s performance since he won the presidency, many who want to see and push him to keep is campaign ‘utterances – what they call promises’, have little to say, even in the media, while talking to his seeming desire to be complimented for every and anything, forget the yardsticks he set in the bestseller books.

Another quote from the book, “Making choices is a lot easier when you have to answer only to yourself.” While the idea here is not to simplify the obvious presidency incompetence in the man, again, we hear little of the fact, that perhaps his biggest problem is his obvious ignorance that running your own company cannot compare with being in charge of a country. Not  even if it’s a dictatorship.

From social media comments – The arrogance of elite wealth in this country (USA) is starting to smell worse than ever…most educated voters knew he was going to look like a prick in office. This is just the tip of the iceberg for probably many unethical actions committed by this office, nepotism, cronyism, insider business deals, conflict of interests, improper use of intelligence, etc.; but the truth is most voters did not vote for Donald Trump, certain big states did, some not by huge margins.

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In an article on May 18, 2017 in the Washington Post, written by Marc Fisher, he quoted from Donald Trump’s book (a bestseller) ‘The art of the Deal’: “Trump: “But in the end, you’re measured not by how much you undertake, but by what you finally accomplish.”

In criticisms of Trump’s performance since he won the presidency, many who want to see and push him to keep is campaign ‘utterances – what they call promises’, have little to say, even in the media, while talking to his seeming desire to be complimented for every and anything, forget the yardsticks he set in the bestseller books.

Another quote from the book, “Making choices is a lot easier when you have to answer only to yourself.” While the idea here is not to simplify the obvious presidency incompetence in the man, again, we hear little of the fact, that perhaps his biggest problem is his obvious ignorance that running your own company cannot compare with being in charge of a country. Not  even if it’s a dictatorship.

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From social media comments – The arrogance of elite wealth in this country (USA) is starting to smell worse than ever…most educated voters knew he was going to look like a prick in office. This is just the tip of the iceberg for probably many unethical actions committed by this office, nepotism, cronyism, insider business deals, conflict of interests, improper use of intelligence, etc.; but the truth is most voters did not vote for Donald Trump, certain big states did, some not by huge margins.