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Yes. And what is even more interesting about your observation is how much it mirrors another world leader. None other than Adolf Hitler who did exactly what you so efficiently outlined. Donald Trump mean the world no good as President of The United States. I find it hard to believe how a man so highly respected in the business world could be so tunnel visioned in general leadership scenarios. It is baffling how miserably he has failed his own reputation.
Businessmen should stick to their business ventures. I don't know what made him decide to run for office - the presidency no less - but corporate politics and state politics clearly have different goals. Trump deludes himself into thinking he's the only one capable of making a difference. I call that "early signs of ageing" but of course many people do not share the same views.
 

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I don't think such a racist should be elected as a president.
We already have a racist like Obama in office who favors blacks and hates whites, so what should preclude the US from electing Trump if he is that way toward whites and not the rest?

Are people who are not white only comfortable with it being in their favor and never against? Something to think about in all fairness.

Obama inherited a very serious mess, but he's also made it a bigger mess and race-baited the entire nation with everything from the criminal "Michael Brown" to Black Lives Matter. Enough is enough.

I'm not a Trump supporter, and I see him pandering to the people and appealing to them in ways which are very dangerous. I see some of his supporters not being entirely rational about their support of him albeit similar but still radically different from Obama supporters back in 2008 wanting a type of change that is never allowed to happen realistically.

At the same time, I look at the cultural marxist running America into the ground that we have right now, and I don't see how we can do any worse than him whether we have Trump or Bernie in office? I think we could do worse only if we had Hillary in office than either of those two, but that's a different topic.

Donald Trump is a great businessman, and even good at showmanship. That's not enough to lead a nation or recover it, no matter how good or serious the intent. More is required, but people will go for Trump whether he has the leadership skills and ability for a strong defense or not because they have no other choices that are allowed to be chosen.

It's a scary time for people, for politics, and for everything else in 2016, isn't it?
 

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It is a scary scary time. Here's what makes it scary:

At the beginning of this century, people from across the globe wanted to travel to the US to make their lives better. It didn't matter what country or race or religion you belonged to, even if you came from Iran or North Korea, America embraced you with open arms. That is not the case now. I mean everyone I studied in school or college with is in the US, but they are preparing to leave if Trump comes into office. They beat out global competition to reach there, but they are willing to let it all go because they're scared. And none of them are Muslim either. This is why its scary - all you have to be is "non-white".

Remember how everyone started googling about moving to Canada? That is a real thing, at least among the Indian Americans.
 

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I think that Trump has a plan. It might not be the best plan, but at least he will get something done. I'm not sure about all this wall building talk, but I don't see anyone paying for a wall to protect the US. Who knows though? Maybe there will one day be a wall to keep out illegal immigrants.
 

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I don't actually believe Trump is nearly as racist as he's been portrayed as being. It would be difficult for anyone to reach the levels he has, whether in business or television, and hate and discriminate against all non-whites. I never heard anything about Trump being a racist until he got this close to the White House, which begs the question who is pushing this line, and what is their objective? As @silentwarfare stated, Obama is a known cultural marxist. He has some very scary friends and advisor/mentors. He has made a mess of many things, including the relationship between law enforcement and the citizenry, as well as black/white relations. I'm not committed to any candidate at this point. I don't like how nasty the situation has become, and I believe there's a lot of propaganda being pushed by those with much to lose.
 
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