Question Worth Answering
Is Donald Trump's speeches not close to that of some African leaders?
Seriously, come to think of it, Donald Trump, a Republican presidential candidate has become famous in the political circles of the United States of America (USA), obviously for various wrong reasons.
I believe the USA is likely to become more like most African nations if Donald Trump should win the 2016 presidential election. I have listened to Donald Trump on various political platforms and all i see on the podium is the likes of Robert Mugabe (President of Zimbabwe), Muammar Qaddafi (former Libyan leader), Idi Amin (former Ugandan leader) and the list goes on and on.
Why does he talk the way he does? Could it be due to his wealth accumulation? I believe i am not the only person who has unanswered questions with regards to Mr. Trump.
This presidential aspirant certainly, must mind his choice of worlds. Some of his statements do raise eyebrows and gets people wondering if he has never had formal education before. His words are mostly not different from that of an illiterate living a thug life somewhere in Compton. I mean no disrespect to the inhabitants of Compton but it is what it is. Hopefully, his chances of losing in the Republican "Stand-off" will keep going higher whilst his personality keeps falling below political-aspirant standard.
I know the Trump fans may not agree with me but, seriously, following such person makes you no different from him. If he speaks trash, same goes to you. As the saying goes, birds of a feather flock together. It is simply a fact of this life. Personally, i will be totally disappointed in the American people if Trump wins the Republican slot.
It will always come down to his choice of words, which ironically sounds good in his own ears. However, this is my opinion. What do you think? Are Americans ready for an "African Leader" in the person of Donald Trump?