I’m not sure if this is an election topic, per se, since it presupposes that :eek: Trump wins the Presidency. :smack:
How do you suppose he would govern? We’ve seen how he campaigns - brash, rude, crude, simplistic. Would that carry over into his administration? Would President Trump call out other world leaders as “idiots”, or would he suddenly go into “business negotiator” mode and become all silver-tongued and shit? Would he keep up the grade school level jargon, or would he truly hire the best and the brightest to administer within his administration and demonstrate the “brilliance” he likes to tout?
In his history, Trump has supported healthcare reform, taxes, abortion rights, and Democratic politics; is he going to lean left on once he’s elected?
And what of his relationship with congress? If Trump is elected, surely he would bring in a Republican (and likely Tea Party) congress with him, wouldn’t he? Should we expect a Trump presidency to rubber stamp anything they send to him, or do you think he has anything substantive to propose of his own (“Let’s file bankruptcy, dissolve the country, and rebrand. It totally cleans the slate. I like calling us “The Republic United Member Participants”…You know, TRUMP for short.”)?
Considering that other countries are discussing whether he should be banned, our foreign relations are going to start out low under Trump. Does he even attempt to meet with the Mexican President on his wall-building plan, or was that just election puffery? There’s no chance of Russia becoming an ally, is there?
And most importantly, will he take on the long days and nights and inordinate stress that seem to rapidly age President’s during their term? If so, what of the hair? I personally think that he’s correcting for the bald spot in the middle of his head? I bet we get to see it after 4 years!