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Old 07.03.2017, 12:36
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Re: Will Trump be a Good President?

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Sometimes I get the impression that it is easier to believe him to be a goggle-eyed buffoon than to accept he has managed to get elected as POTUS
It is easy to understand this phenomenon - people will believe what they actively want to believe, no matter what reality offers them.

Of course that they think Trump winning as POTUS is merely accidental. En plus, his tan is very important. These are the messages we are getting from his opponents.

Yes, winning US ellections depends on sheer luck. As flipant as his fashion sense. Correct?

Now...who is it, exactly, who expects these flipant qualities they mention to be important for POTUS. Who keeps mentioning them as worthy arguments. Luck, tan..his tweets, media mishaps and random brainfarts. Those arguments are seriously analysed by his opponents as if it was something substantive.

It ain't. And if people are taking him for an orange flippant bafoon (with all those petty arguments), I feel they are just showing their own lack of depth seasoned with a decent dose of anger and violence. It is unappetising and will not win them any larger support.
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