It is easy to criticize President Trump. His daily inconsistencies are fodder for angry, scared citizens, pundits and comedians. Mr. Trump has been president for 20 days. In that time, he has issued an avalanche of executive orders that have drawn the ire of people worldwide. His attitude appears to be, “I am Donald Trump, Chairman of Trump Enterprises. I am also President of the United States, and I can do no wrong. Trust me.”
Through out his life, Trump has put himself first, first and first. He has never lost anything because in his mind losers are losers and he is always a winner. If Trump ever raced and came in dead last he would look around and not seeing anyone or anything he would consider himself the winner and he would brag about his victory over and over and over. And if he was told he had lost, he would strongly deny his loss because losers and losers. Trump is not a loser. So he believes.
Trump has been busy since he assumed the presidency on January 20, 2017. Believing that only God has more power than himself, Trump may be setting a record for issuing the most executive orders in a short time period. He has signed a number of executive actions, including executive orders and presidential memoranda, aimed both at fulfilling his campaign promises and at rolling back the policies of former President Barack Obama.
Since assuming the presidency Pesident Trump has alienated Mexico, Australia, England and other countries. He has ridiculed people with distinguished legal careers, such as U.S. District Court Judge James Robart and former acting attorney general Sally Yates who disagreed with Trump and was fired. He has reignited his war with the press. He calls the press, “the dishonest press.” He despises the press because they write about his lies and business practices. He’s blaming the press and the courts if the country is attacked while his executive order banning Muslims from seven Middle Eastern companies from entering the US is being reviewed by a 3 panel judge to determine its legality. He doesn’t seem to care how childish he is in dealing with people. His attitude is “It’s either my way or the highway.”
Questions have also been raised about his knowledge of history and his ability to govern. Questions should be raised and truthfully answered by the Trump administration on how he expected Mexico to pay for a wall it does not want. What evidence did he have that told him Mexico would pay for a wall? If we can’t get the correct answers, the questions must be repeated again and again until the correct answer is before us.
Trump should understand that even though he thinks he is a god, he is a man subject to the same laws as everyone. I would like him to answer these questions: Do you know where we going Mr. President? And how are we going to get there?