Why Is Donald Trump A Good President

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The people of the United States want change. So many are tired of the way things are run and who runs them. This is probably a reason why Donald Trump landed the republican nominee for the 2016 presidential election. Some people think that because Trump isn’t a politician, he will not conduct himself as a lying and corrupt leader a typical politician is perceived to be. However, Trump as president is not the kind of change this country needs. Donald Trump is unfit to be President of the United States because he has no experience, he is unknowledgeable, has a disrespectful temperament, and has a scandalous history.
Unlike any president The U.S has had, Trump has had no political experience whatsoever. According to a biography, Trump is a graduate of Wharton School of Finance at the University of Pennsylvania, class of 1968, with a degree in economics. Trump is inherently a business man first and foremost- not a politician. To some, this
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Fortune.com’s article “Here’s What World Leaders Say About Donald Trump” lists plenty of world leaders and their not so favorable opinions about Trump. The Prime Minister of Britain, where a petition to ban Trump from was proposed, says “I think his remarks are divisive, stupid and wrong...”. The article states that Pope Francis disapproves of Trumps wall plans. Trump unprofessionally responded to the Pope’s comment by saying “If and when the Vatican is attacked, the Pope would only wish and have prayed that Donald Trump would have been elected president”. How is a man who has made a bad impression and is being laughed at by the world expected to be taken seriously concerning international affairs? A man who just as a candidate has managed to insult and bully important people from other countries over social media. Trump needs to realize that being a president is not like reality t.v . How you conduct yourself and how you are viewed matters as

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