We live in a very interesting time. Not many Americans expected that Donald Trump would become the face of the United States; not many took him seriously. Yet, he is the power and the voice of America today.
Donald Trump is the 45th American President, a successful businessman and television personality. Donald Trump was born and raised in New York and he, in many ways, owns NYC. Trump’s buildings in NYC that he currently or formally owns are all over the city: Trump Tower, the 58-story skyscraper, Trump Parc and Trump Parc East, Riverside South & Trump Place, Trump World Tower, Trump International Hotel and Tower, and the list goes on. He even owns the Wollman Rink–public ice skating rink. When the man has it all, one thing is left to conquer–people.
When American people go to demonstrations, write petitions, blogs, protest many aspects of Trump administration’s steps, one really wonders, who chose Trump?
American people voted for Trump, yet, he is the most unpopular president of America.
When we say, Trump practically owns NYC, for the record–New York State did not vote for him. His hometown did not want him to be a president, perhaps because New York knows him well enough. Trump is as strongly disliked now as Nixon was before he resigned.
America always remains the symbol of democracy, when everyone has a chance; everyone is respected; everyone is equal.
No one will be able to take this right from people.
No matter what religion you choose, what skin color you have, what tradition you follow, what sexual orientation you prefer–you matter. Every one is important. No amount of money or power makes one life is more valuable than the life of another human being.
We do live in a difficult time, but no president has a right to take away what America stands for–human rights, humanity, justice and kindness to all.
Donald Trump often expresses his thoughts, showing the delusional state of mind. For instance, he was speaking at the United Nations General Assembly recently, and talked about the great achievements his administration had.
He said, “In less than two years, my administration has accomplished more than almost any administration in the history of our country.”
The reaction was shocking to the President. The audience simply laughed.
This is what America becomes today–the joke.
We all hope things will change soon.