Sadly for America and the world, I must admit to skepticism that Mr. Trump is learning from his earlier political stumbles.
Everyone with an IQ above room temperature realizes that the day is long past when our legislators and judges will act statesman-like and not represent their own political and personal agenda.
How do we explain the phenomenon of a failed candidate, an ultra-liberal, non-party member being the only person who can generate excitement in the Democrat party and even the country as a whole?
I wonder if any member of that staff has the temerity to perhaps even hint to Mr. Trump that he may be overreaching himself, embarrassing himself, damaging his party, undermining his status and power, or all of the above.
We seem to flinchingly await the next day’s White House faux pas with the anticipation one has when one watches a slapstick comedy akin to The Three Stooges.
There is evidently no need to confuse the adoring crowds with the truth.
The United States has a new President and possibly the most divisive one since Abraham Lincoln at the outbreak of the Civil War.
I used to think I was just a regular guy, but...
What has happened to our values and morals when it comes to electing a Presidential candidate?
Is this the best America can do to achieve a better America and a better world?
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