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An Underclass View of President Donald J. Trump

Updated on January 31, 2017

Political View from the Underclass

An Underclass View of President Donald J. Trump

January 29, 2017

I never watch a single episode of The Apprentice but, I was aware that Donald Trump was on the TV saying “You’re Fired “. I guess his fans enjoyed seeing him exhibit absolute power and control of people lives. He really got my attention when he decided to attack the legitimacy of President Barack H. Obama. It is said and I believe that the attack wasn’t racially motivated. Donald wanted to be President a long time before that thought crossed Obama’s mind. The President’s attacks on the former President’s legitimacy paled in comparison to the attacks and insults the formal President got from the Tea Party Republicans but, he was reelected. The encounters Obama and Donald had during The Obama Presidency found Donald’s beliefs being joked about during public gathering, by Obama. That was then and this is now, The Presidency of Donald J. Trump. The President should be proud of results of the strategy taken in the Rust-Belt. The same conservative powers that managed to without due process install nationwide school voucher systems under the name Charter Schools managed the Rust Belt victory. The Donald disrespected bullied and publicly nicknamed all of his Presidential Opponents Democrats Republicans and Independents. He spoke the unspeakable about the last Republican Presidency and claimed they lied and knew they were lying. He claimed publicly that Obama and Hillary founded Isis. In the Rust Belt he and his Managers spoke a lot of True Lies and falsehoods (Alternative Facts or Truth). The Donald once said he could shoot somebody in the middle of Fifth Avenue and get away with it; he has to know some secrets to publicly make that statement. The true lies spoken was music to millions of ears The President told the people the truth about what the people already knew was true. Millions of people knew what happened to American jobs before The President told them but they never ever heard a politician be so brutally honest, they also knew he’s a Capitalist not a Politician. He attacked republicans, democrats, conservative, liberals, the military, all mankind and Things. We must face the fact that our President is “CONFRONTATIONAL” by nature. Millions thought and hoped he was just acting and when he gets In Office they would see a different man, his first week has been very confrontational. Hope for change in the President died last week.

The Republican Party lowered their flag after The George W. Bush Presidency failed. The Tea Party Conservatives picked up the GOP’s flag and attacked. They attacked the Government, Democrats, and Republicans but, not the Conservatives of either Party. The Republican Party has not practiced government since the 2010 midterm elections. There are some law makers that haven’t practice law making since they have been law makers. The Republicans have everything they could ever need to Govern. They can’t blame it on Obama anymore. The Conservatives have set the stage and now the Republicans must Govern, no excuses. Like it or not the conservatives and capitalist have chosen The President. I wonder how many real Republicans want their party back now; it may never be great again.

President Trump should beware of those who brown nose while they manage him and his business. When The President realizes he is made to look foolish and not thoughtful of what he signs, he will become confrontational. I don’t believe The President is neither republican nor democrat but I know he is a Conservative Capitalist Confrontationist. I don’t believe Trump knew just how much of what he told to the people was an impossibility for a mere President. His Managers allowed him to tell the people the same old lies republicans have been telling since 2010 about Good Jobs Creation when they get back The White House. Now The Republicans must find a way to tell him they can’t build a wall, grow the military, cut corporate taxes and create good paying jobs without getting tax money from somebodies. When The President realizes that a lot of the executive orders he was handed to sign made him appear ignorant and ill informed, The President will be mad and uncontrollable. I heard someone in the underclass say he has went executive order crazy but, wait until he feel the power of the VETO. When the President realizes he has less power then Obama had as President because Obama at the very lease had good and trustworthy advisors that covered his back Donald will not be a Happy President. When The House and the Senate blame The President and his close Conservative Advisors for all the negative news coverage even though it is their time to govern not the President, there will be more Governmentlessness. Beware House and Senate if they treat The President unfairly. They got their President sticking out like an Apprentice without a Master Craftsman’s guidance.

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Junko

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    junko 5 months ago

    Robert, Thank for commenting. Trump is not a mystery he is too transparent and without substance to be President. What Trump does have is five working digits to sign what they put in front of him. The POTUS is no longer Commander & Chief, he gave that job away.

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    Robert White 5 months ago

    This was an interesting prophetic view of 45 and the band plays on until he's gone.

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    Mel Carriere 8 months ago from San Diego California

    No matter how you slice it, it's going to be an interesting four years. The Republicans and Democrats can only blame themselves for Trump. Neither party has truly represented the people, and this is the result.

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    junko 9 months ago

    Thank you Bobby for stopping by and the encouraging words.

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    Bobby Turner 9 months ago

    junko that link at the end of this blog justified what you wrote here . Thought provoking .

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    junko 9 months ago

    Thanks for stopping by and talking Juliet.

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    Juliet Stewart-Austin 9 months ago from San Antonio, TX.

    Very well done Junko, my initial comment disappeared as I was constructing it, and hence this will not be as detailed not as funny. The good old triple "C" descriptive terminology is one I wholeheartedly approve.

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    junko 10 months ago

    Credence I think the GOP lost its ability to Govern when Candidate Reagan when south to Mississippi and invited The Dixiecrats to join the Republican Party. He promised to stop busing, affirmative actions, voting rights, equal rights, and unions. Conservatives by nature can't govern, they are mostly Capitalist and anti-government by nature (small government low or no taxes and regulation). The people must gather until and learn what to do in the 2018 midterm elections .

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    Credence2 10 months ago from Florida (Space Coast)

    I think that the GOP is giving Trump a wide birth, as if all of them expect reprisals from the 'new King' if they displease him. Meanwhile, he takes the entireGOP down an authoritarian/reactionary road that even they are not prepared for .. People will grow tired of extremism and want to move back toward the center.

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    junko 10 months ago

    The Republican Pledge will cause the Fall of America if a few Real Republicans don't stand up for what they know is right. There is no Constitutional Right to be wrong just to be in lockstep with The Confederacy.

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    junko 10 months ago

    Trump may do a Sarah Palin and quit his Presidency or maybe he will be declared unfit for The Office . He can't survive being advised by far right conservatives with zero experience in Government. A useful idiot that can't stand idly by while The GOP carries out it agenda will be muted and The President can't take that action. Thanks Credence2 for the encouragement and stopping by to talk.

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    Credence2 10 months ago from Florida (Space Coast)

    The man is a narcicist, he will find the job too restraining in time. No more sycophants fawning over him and his every word. He is now merely a tool in the hands of GOP apparatchics, a useful idiot who will stand idly by, while the GOP carries out its agenda against working people.

    The man has no sense of reflection or restraint. Therefore there is now trouble in River City.

    Nice article, Junko.

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    junko 10 months ago

    Always, I said I wasn't going to worry about what The President Elect said nor The News. I wanted to see what the President Trump would do or say, I am in wonder now about those who told him to do and say what he did. I wonder but don't worry because everybody is now watching and listening not just us, while the mean machine bring about it's own end. Thanks for your encouragement

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    junko 10 months ago

    MizBejabbers my friend if you say I told it like it is I am glad you said it first, because you grade hard. I just told it from the view down here. Thanks for talking

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    Ruby Jean Fuller 10 months ago from Southern Illinois

    Junko, I was looking for a hub from you. America will only tolerate so much, and we've just about reached that point. I don't have a crystal ball, but I see a mental breakdown of the egocentric man in the white house.

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    MizBejabbers 10 months ago

    Junko, I think you just told it like it is. I wonder if the Donald's ego can stand the pain when he learns the truth or will we see a repeat of Richard Nixon's loss of control?