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Predicting Thump Behavior after becoming President.
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All the immature act he did during debate is in the past.. I got feeling that the moment he sworn in as a President, He will Straighten up his act and will surprise us all by acting like a President of the United State of America!

But 98% of the speech he will make won't be his own words but from someone who have experienced in the Politicians! So it would probably be more of whoever is doing all that decision will be the true President! XD I highly doubt it'll be his wife.. But maybe Vice President? Its does sound like Trump will be Puppet for someone who is making all the decision..

I doubt we'll have World War 3, unless Trump really will be doing all that, like what he just pulled back there during president debate! >.<

But nothing surprise me anymore from Trump, I was shocked that he won! I was positive that Clinton will win for sure. If I was betting man, I would probably put everything I had on her to be next President!

What you thinks will happen? Will Trump act like a President or make mockery of it?


Posted 11/9/16 , edited 11/9/16
He's the next Hitler.
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JanusCascade wrote:

All the immature act he did during debate is in the past.. I got feeling that the moment he sworn in as a President, He will Straighten up his act and will surprise us all by acting like a President of the United State of America!


Yyyyyeah.

Here's a candidate who LITERALLY thought Winning Was Everything, and spent a year and a half telling his supporters so. Okay, smart guy, now he's won...What do you do for an encore?

It's what another failed overambitious president called "the Vision Thing".
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Called it
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His big focus right now is simply just fixing up our country. He doesn't seem all that interested in dealing with other country's. Which I can agree with, we should be more focused on ourselves right now.
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Thump?
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Most of this fear mongering, partisan bickering, comparisons to Hitler (do any of you actually look into the politics, policies and general economic conditions in Nazi Germany in the 1930's when you make these comparisons?) are mostly overreaction or just hyper polarization running its course. When reality hits Trump when he's sworn in, he will most certainly have to keep his cool. Every president needs to change their tune once they're sworn in.

Trump will have times when he loses his cool, indeed, but I highly doubt he is going to pick up the phone and order a nuclear strike on Belgium because his Belgian waffle got burned, as many people would have you think (yes, I'm aware of what the American context of a "Belgian waffle" is, that's the joke.) He will most certainly have a political speech writer, but considering that even Republicans in his own party may not like him even after the election, initiatives by him will meet friction and scrutiny in Congress still, though not as much as Obama's initiatives have had.

Trump knew how to get airtime, a lot of his incendiary rhetoric about wall building and Muslim banning was implausible - you know it's implausible, and so does he. He's known the TV business and how the news works - thats how he got all the free airtime that assisted his shooting up in the primary polls. I'm no Trump fan, but I know exactly how he won through all the controversy, negative press, and borderline insane public rhetoric (thanks very large in part to a campaign manager change to help him get his behavior in check.) Ofcourse, this is a highly simplified view of it, there's many factors that lead to the rise of Trump and the downfall of Clinton, even when Trump was perhaps the most unpopular presidential candidate in history.

Edit: Got a bit too carried away and went off topic on the later half.
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I think Trump's going to be struggling with the Republican supermajority to put their money where their mouths have been for the past eight years. Healthcare is now in their court. So is foreign policy.

Moreover I think he's going to be relying heavily on advisors, and probably make Grant look like a great President. Should he try pursuing punitive measures against his critics or lining his own pockets through deals to his kids, he's going to overtake Nixon as far as corrupt politicians go.
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Most of this fear mongering, partisan bickering, comparisons to Hitler (do any of you actually look into the politics, policies and general economic conditions in Nazi Germany in the 1930's when you make these comparisons?)


No, we were mostly looking at the PEOPLE, the crowds he was attracting for their wanting to turn their social frustration into a name. And then--instead of doing something about themselves--those same people wishfully going out and telling their frustrations that the Name was coming to beat them up because they deserved it, just like he promised he would.
He was a movement you had to be desperate enough to be willing to sell your soul to to support, just like our gleefully happy GIF-posters today.

The comparisons were mostly over his free-floating paranoia that anyone who disagreed with him was part of the Organized Them, out to get him, because they were jealous of his movement's success.
And that anyone who even protested his rallies was probably French, or Elite, or Bolshevik, or jay-ee-double-u, and worked up the crowds into a blame-frenzy to stand behind him and accuse them of it. Assuming they stopped there, of course.

Instead, we have a guy who thought a judge was giving him undue process because he sounded Mexican, and that protestors had been "sent" to get him by three different candidates...Yeah, those speechwriters are just going to clean up the ol' image.
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literally no one takes him seriously (at least the majority doesn't) so when it comes to meetings with the heads of other countries to discuss important topics, it looks sooooo bleek
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Now, I'm mad
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I'm so happy right now. Glad Clinton didn't win.
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descloud wrote:

His big focus right now is simply just fixing up our country. He doesn't seem all that interested in dealing with other country's. Which I can agree with, we should be more focused on ourselves right now.


seeing as he can't even fix the healthcare system and reduce militairy funding........doubt he will fix it up.
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Maybe he will get serious. For this country's sake, I hope so. Especially since most that voted for him were uneducated and poor. I hope to God he's serious about bringing jobs back.

But...like most politicians, I'm sure he's not.
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