Donald Trump and his Divided America
President of the Divided States of America
This past week or more rather since the day President Donald Trump took office, I have received a few messages asking me why I am not all over the headlines?
President Donald Trump has thus far, kept his word in that what he promised he would do while he was on the campaign trail, he is actually doing.
What politician has ever really done that?
Aside from that, the reason to answer my readers who have written in about why I am not all over the headlines is that I am in dismay over it all.
I cannot truthfully say if I am more shocked that President Trump has managed to keep his word or that he is actually going through with what he promised while on the campaign trail.
Whenever I go through my social media I have to do a little mental prep work first because I see both sides of the coin, those that support President Trump and those that do not.
This nation was already deeply divided and that divide deepens as each day passes, some are delighted to see us taking these giant steps back in time instead of progress forward while others are hurting.
At the same time, it is very easy to condemn President Donald Trump because I am not in his shoes. The reality is that, he is simply making decisions the only way he knows how to, which is a matter of differing opinions between american citizens and President Trump.
Either way, I cannot recall his exact words but just shortly before former President Obama left office he left some parting words for his fellow Democrats with regards to them watching out for the american people.
Donald Trump regardless of his political party should also pay very close attention to those words.
It is “We the People,” not Donald Trump and his team turning the US Presidency into a complete joke.
The vast majority of the American People no longer tolerate hate, bigotry, sexism, shutting the door on other nations rather than work with them and rude, deplorable behavior no matter how it is dressed up, like in the case of Donald Trump becoming the 45th President of the United States.
The american people are learning rather quickly that we do in fact have a voice, a really, really loud voice and when used in the right way, Trump may be learning that indeed, even the exits at the White House are so very clearly marked.
Cristal M Clark