|No Deal, More Nukes and a Nuking Power in which now we don't know where the nukes are but know they can reach Florida or Virginia.|
This is something I learn when Trump announced again he was going to run for the President's office. He had done that before but now it was the savvy businessman who knows the art of making the deal. A successful man that was going to run the national government as such. I saw problems with that and it was Trump's record of bankruptcies and nothing to show he had actually built with his money. What you found was licensing of his name to make money but that will not make anybody rich. But yes it will keep your name up in the light but still, it bothered me how they were selling him, as something he never was. Also, the idea to run the government like a business, only those that want to privatize Social security would probably agree with that. The government in this country as per the constitution was not established as a business but as an organ to keep our form of government going. Trying to give it's the citizen as much as it can afford after other priorities are met but at least every leader elected to that office understood how important is to the average American and even to the world after WW2. We don't need a businessman to make deals, that's for maybe a Congressman'woman. A president leads and gets the best people around him knowing he does not know it all. He listens to pros and cons. Without that he is worse than the autocrat up in Russia.
I hope more people understand that what they sold Trump as is a lie it does not exists. It's the naked emperor and now the world sees where we are lacking. What the United States is lost it can not recoupe because it was the trust of our friends and allies.
It is Sunday in NYC, USA. We usually don't publish on Saturday as of late to try to take time off. But the computers are always searching hundreds of stories around the world waiting for the publisher (Me) to choose what is important but not getting enough coverage or no coverage around the world that affects or can affect the lives of the LGBT community.
Many who voted for Donald Trump in the 2016 Presidential Election saw him as a savvy and capable businessman. It's an image that has been carefully cultivated by Trump during his 40+ years in public view. As president, Trump has attempted to make deals with both foreign leaders and the opposition Democrats with mixed results....
Many who voted for Donald Trump in the 2016 Presidential Election saw him as a savvy and capable businessman. It’s an image that has been carefully cultivated by Trump during his 40+ years in public view.
As president, Trump has attempted to make deals with both foreign leaders and the opposition Democrats with mixed results. His inability to broker an agreement to end the government has magnified the situation. Two people who know him best, biographer Tony Schwartz and former company executive Barbara Rees are not surprised.
The pair appeared on Ari Melber’s MSNBC show, On The Beat, last night. Rees told Melber, “I never thought he was a great dealmaker, to be honest with you. In terms of taking the responsibility for the buck, he just would never do it. It’s not in his DNA. He’s never responsible. It is always someone else’s fault.”
Schwartz was even harsher, saying “And the number of deals he’s made over the years since then have overwhelmingly been failures,” before explaining that Trump was “really one of the worst” dealmakers he’s ever come across.
Now on day 21, the shutdown has tied the record for the longest in United States History. If it is to end anytime soon, Trump will have to prove Schwartz and Rees wrong by making a deal.
by Todd Neikirk