Is it really pertinent if I like Trump or not? Is it important to know if ANYONE likes him or otherwise? To be honest, it is largely irrelevant to me but my opinion is that America had Hobson's choice between Clinton in Trump and made the best of a bad bunch on election day. Subsequently, because of the way he personally and his ever-changing, revolving-door administration has evolved over his first term in office, the only real positive I see is that he has made a steadily increasing amount of Americans look good. I am not talking about those who voted for him or have subscribed to his unique brand of being Presidential either.
I will let you work out if that's a compliment or otherwise.
He's a victim of his own boorishness and vanity. The 'never Trumpers' and 'Trump haters' are inventions of DJT to bolster his need to be seen as someone who achieves great things when faced with all sorts of adversity. His acolytes only serve to propagate this myth about his great leadership.Kenr6583 wrote: ↑January 18, 2020, 7:27 pmI guess the last three Presidents, Clinton, Bush, and Obama, they had it made, everything was just rosy during their presidencies. There was no bickering, no fighting, and everyone got along just swell. The Republicans respected Clinton and Obama, respected their ideas and helped them get all their agendas implemented, and the Democrats did the same for Bush. But poor Trump is the victim here because he's the first POTUS in the history where the opposing party didn't respect his position.