Perhaps We Are Better Off With A President Trump

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April 6, 2017 by skokielib

I’ve attached a link to a great article in Talking Points Memo that makes clear how dysfunctional the Trump Administration is, and how little they have accomplished. It also casts a dark shadow over the prospect of his administration accomplishing much in the future. And perhaps that is preferable to a functional far right administration.

Don’t misunderstand what that means. A President Hillary Clinton would have undoubtedly been much, much better for the country. But given Trump’s inability to get anything done, he might be preferable to a President Pence or a President Ryan, should the entire administration fall.

Of course this makes the somewhat bold assumption that a President Trump doesn’t escallate a huge war or destroy our country’s world standing.

Generally, I feel pretty much anyone would be preferable to Trump when it comes to foreign policy and our nation’s security. But as far as domestic issues go, they may accomplish so little it might not be so bad.

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