What do you FEAR MOST about President Elect Donald Trump?

  1. gmwilliams profile image86
    gmwilliamsposted 15 months ago

    What do you FEAR MOST about President Elect Donald Trump?

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  2. ptosis profile image82
    ptosisposted 15 months ago

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    What is the worst that can happen as Trump for president? Well I have this out of this world Hollywood style post apocalyptic world vision - I'm really sure we will survive. Hopefully it's a great question.
    Really, it's going to be an attempt to 'roll back' into the past.
    Roll the clock back on abortion
    Pre-empt the pot laws passed by states
    Roll back consumer protections
    Pull back American intervention around the world
    Have an enemies list of political opponents
    Lawfully suppress the press
    No Pell Grants
    No civil rights
    Rampant inequality
    Measles comes back
    Destabilise the entire global economy

    But then I've been wrong plenty of times before. Perhaps he will grow into the job and surprise us all. I'm hoping for that.
    But most likely is this politics as usual, lie, liars & lying, more empty promises and we were tricked again ala Charlie Brown:

    President-elect Donald Trump and key advisers in recent days have backed away from some of the most sweeping pledges that the Republican candidate made on the campaign trail, suggesting that his administration may not deliver on promises

  3. Say Yes To Life profile image81
    Say Yes To Lifeposted 15 months ago

    I recently researched what his plans were regarding the inner city ghetto.  It sounds like he's going to try to improve conditions, providing tax breaks for companies that provide jobs for them, and allowing low interest loans to its inhabitants so they can open businesses.
    Regarding his insults to Mexicans, it sounds like he's backpeddling on that one.
    My greatest fear, really, is that his irresponsibility with money will bring on another recession.  I'm still recovering from the last one, so I'm not ready for that yet!

 
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