The biggest lie is that he’s a good businessman. Not hardly. He does, however, sell his name. Which is why so many buildings have it.
Regular readers know that I’m a fan of Donald Trump–as an entertainer.
As a politician?
Not so much. In fact, not at all.
The Donald is very big on platitudes and reassurances, but quite short on specifics and plans. In fact, he has none.
“We can fix it!” he claims over and over. But there’s no substance to that braggadocio, that rant. It’s just so much hot air.
Trump’s simplistic view puts us at risk of these kinds of “solutions.”
He’s shown himself to be ignorant of important foreign policy issues and has substituted bluster for plans to solve domestic problems. I mean, is Mexico really going to build a border wall?
If you think he’s worth listening to, read these statements he’s made.
Let’s get serious.
Being anti-politics may be popular, but it isn’t a skill set.
We’ve already seen what an inexperienced guy can do in the White House; we’ve had seven years of it so far.
I’m nervous. I’m nervous because the American people do not always vote with their brains.
And that’s what it takes to run this country: brains.
Not vulgar and crude commentary.
Donald Trump may be real, but he’s not presidential material.
I hope to God (and it will take God’s intervention) that he doesn’t get elected.
Things are always different for the rich, and don’t you forget that.