craig wrote:That is, of course, one man's opinion.
I was no fan of Obama when he was elected, but he WAS elected, so I laid off him and gave him a chance.
Maybe you could do the same?
Trump isn't giving himself a chance. Don't you watch the news? Hear about his crazy tweets? Blaming the workers for companies sending jobs to other countries. Is he planning to put his business in a blind trust? No. Did he release his tax returns like every other candidate so we can see if he has any conflicts of interest? No. Using his position as president elect to get favors for his business from heads of state. Do you know the backgrounds of the guys he is picking for his cabinets? A labor secretary who is anti-labor. A leader of the EPA who is a fossil fuel guy and wants to tear up the pollution regulations. A guy who is tweeting crazy conspiracy theories as national security adviser. There are a few solid choices, but very few.
I wanted to give Trump a chance, but he is already shooting himself in the foot and can't stop shooting off his mouth. If he starts acting like a president, stops lying, and surrounds himself with experienced people who aren't picked to dismantle the agency they are to run I will give him a chance.