“I will be
the greatest jobs president that God ever created, I tell you that. I’ll bring
back our jobs from China, from Japan, from Mexico and from so many places. I’ll
bring back our money. …Sadly, the American dream is dead. But if I get elected
president, I will bring it back bigger and better and stronger than ever
before, and we will make America great again.“ (Donald Trump)------
Trump, the 45th president of the United State of America, is known
for his ability to sniff out things that don’t smell right, he remains a
potential risk for the foundation of existing political and global order.
He tends to speak without thinking. In other words, he is brave enough to say
what he thinks, and he can certainly voice an opinion. If he has an issue with
you, he will say it to your face. In fact, a politician in office with that
level of transparency can’t be dishonest.
factors for his win: He went along with popular sentiment of anti Muslim bashing.
He praised Putin on his stand on Syria that went against Hillary’s approach to
resolve conflicts in the Mid-East. Yet at the same time, Russia is alleged to have manipulated the
western public opinion through successfully molding Western mainstream media
into behavioral models for facilitating Trump’s win.
Question is why did
the frustrated Americans become Trump’s supporters?
loyalty only focused on America and the Americans—not any political party, any special
interest group or foreign entity. Like his slogan reads, “Make Americagreat again!”
amazing confidence level: Trump is so much self-assured and a
powerful personality that is perfectly suitable for the future political environment.
Unlike other politicians who tend to be swayed by lobbyists
and special interests, Trump is his own special interest and is unlikely to
give that power away to anyone but Trump. He is undeniably a great negotiator,
and despite his outrageous public statements in the recent past, he knows how
to navigate complex deals and convince a wide variety of industries,
businesses, and investors to do what he wants. His track record for his financial
success proves that he knows how to build a successful empire.
He has his priorities straight: He
has emphasized beliefs in free enterprise and a strong military. He repeatedly
highlights his acumen for success, his ability to get things done, and
understanding of finances
He intends to keep nuclear weapons out of the wrong hands
Trump said it himself–he will single-handedly stop Iran from
getting nuclear weapons. We aren’t entirely sure how, but he’s Trump; anything
Why would Trump make the best president of all time?
He claims to save billions of dollars on the UN Climate
He intends to ban foreign lobbyists fundraising for US
Trumps opponents imply that he was involved with Putin, and
that Russia was having an influence on the election.
Furthermore, Trump seems to be the only candidate talking
about how important it is that foreign governments and lobbyists shouldn’t have
any power over US elections. According to him, Hillary, for instance, has been
taking millions from corrupt governments for years. Thus, a ban on foreign lobbyists from
fundraising for United States governments means that it will be only American
people who should be able to have a
major influence on the result of an election.
Another one of his ‘Drain the Swamp’ policies is that he will
ban all White House officials from lobbying for foreign governments, meaning it
will be harder than ever to work with foreign governments and bend the rules to
benefit them. That would be great!
Trump said, “America comes first.” This policy shows he
really means it.
This policy will ensure that government officials are bound
to work in the interests of the United States, and not the rest of the world.
negativity on Trump’s part: Trump has unleashed a series of
aggressive tweets against the U.S. intelligence community and his political
rivals in the recent weeks, and he responded by implying that Brennan had done
a bad job as CIA director — and suggesting that he might even have been
responsible for information leaking from the intelligence agencies.
Anxiety among the Muslim community: The nervous Muslim-Americans Remain worried about Trump
Administration. Many fear they will no longer be welcome in America during the
Trump era. "We have a new president who has the support of a lot of people
who are not very friendly to the Muslim community."
Moreover, Trump continues to advocate a
policy of "extreme vetting" of potential immigrants, to screen out
those, such as radicalized Muslims, who might be perceived as a security
of Trump's immediate challenges:
How the United States' complicated relationship with Russia
Both China and the U.S. bilateral trade is 650 billion
dollars, in this neoliberal world they are intertwined; how can they damage
each other's economic interest?
How to tailor an affordable ‘Health-Care Alternative’ that
doesn't strip coverage from millions of Americans?
Removing doubts on the questioned legitimacy of his
presidency: Civil rights legend Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga., is among several
Democrats in Congress who vowed to skip Trump's inauguration, charging that
Russian interference in the 2016 election delegitimizes his presidency.
closing: President Trump is determined to construct a wall on
southern border between the U.S. and Mexico to stop illegal migrants. The worst
case scenario is he wants Mexico to pay for that wall - WOW!
The inexperienced president needs some practice to improve
his thoughts towards the friendly Muslim World. Also, he must remember Pakistan
for its sacrifices in its fight against terrorism. America’s friendship with
Pakistan means an economically vibrant World, of course.
At the same time, Pakistan must re-evaluate the international
economic and political environment in order to prioritize its foreign policy
options in its own best interest.
Other problem is Trump intends to scrap NAFTA creating a
major economic concern for Canada. Since the global situation is expected to
change significantly, Ottawa has smartly planned a large-scale economic
expansion with China as its central ambition. Certainly, President Trump is
going to serve his people. Nevertheless, if things go wrong, he may not be able
to complete his tenure.