There is really nothing that can pry the false hopes of those who prefer their ignorance to facing facts in regards to the current administration. This president has zero comprehensive legislation passed, which means he is #45 on the list of worst presidents in the category of "function". In fact, he is on the bottom in many categories.
He has kept zero campaign promises due to a negative style that made war on Congress, Congress, which was the only path to changes like he promised: a wall on the Southern border, exiting NATO, no stupid foreign wars, and that's only the beginning.
The fact that Trump is a one-term president is a foregone conclusion. The number one cause of single term presidencies is economic woes. Hoover lost to FDR in 1932, but not before causing the Great Depression. Carter lost to Reagan in 1980, mainly on the issues of inflation, Carter's perceived weakness in dealing with inflation, and the Arab Embargo. Most of those problems were actually inherited from 8 years of Nixon... And, finally, George Bush lost to Clinton after Clinton's clever catchphrase, "It's the economy, stupid!", swept the country.
Since the election of 1980 and the election of 1992, and since 1970: we have only had two presidents ousted by the voters for failing to do a passable job; one Democrat, Jimmy Carter, and one Republican, George Bush Sr.
But we are about to add to that list in 2020.
The fact is: a large portion of voters came from the farmers, and the rust belt workers whose jobs are being systematically eliminated by Trump's amateur leadership/economic views.
He has begun the countdown on both the American stock exchange, https://www.cnbc.com/2018/12/04/stock-market-dow-futures-fall-amid-us-china-trade-deal-skepticism.html
(Cont)...as well as the manufacture base whose employers will now outsource in order to pay the tariffs that are now waged against them.
This is why Goldmann Sachs will spare no expense to remove this blip of a footnote on American History which Magatards call, "Trump". He has bitten the hand that feeds him.
His re-election committee will move to start a war in Iran, hoping that this will help shore up his vote. It won't help.
When you don't know what you're doing, and the leader of a whole country, the powers that be tend to snatch you out of that chair in spite of the fact both George Senior and Jimmy Carter were imminently more qualified than Donald Trump.
As presidents go, Woodrow Wilson, and Jimmy Carter are considered the two most qualified in US History. They both had degrees in Political Science.
But, Bush came up through the Senate and the CIA, while Carter came up through the Navy, and had served successfully as Governor of Georgia. When Trump obtained his degree in Business, the world was different, then. It was either a bought and paid for degree, or he skated by on D's at the Wharton School of Business.
These are the three mistakes that ensure that Goldmann Sachs will spare no expense to remove Trump:
- 1. He doesn't know how to do the job.
- 2. Trump is alienating the industries that elected him.
With the retirement of Sen. Orrin Hatch, Congressional/GOP support for Trump dies...
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Herbert Hoover, 31.
Donald Trump is more accurately compared to Herbert Hoover by both Gallup, and myself. Hoover's amateur diplomacies caused the Great Depression, and helped contribute a set of factors ultimately resulting in the Second World War. Hoover, as bad at being president as he was, was considered to be a kind and generous person.
Hoover will go down in history as better in each of the major categories through which, we assess presidencies, in general.