Once again, Trump demonstrates how unfit he is to be a president for our country. Considered by many America’s Hitler, Donald Trump has proceeded to insult a New York Times reporter who has a chronic disability. Needless to say, he denies it, trying to make up for the mistake right after he realized how big it was. This adds another layer of certainty to Trump’s incapacity to be a decent human being and another lair of certainty that it is a mistake that this man is even competing to be a president.
The man who Trump ridiculed is Serge Kovaleski, a journalist who is suffering from a chronic condition: arthrogryposis. In short, Trump was impersonating Kovaleski, making him look untrustworthy, but also imitating his hands. Since the journalist’s condition is well known in the media, there is no doubt that Trump tried to pull the indirect “look at this handicapped fool” which, again, proves that he is unable to make his point in a serious, formal manner.
This is one of the many failures that Trump has displayed over and over in the last weeks, apart from the “thousands of people who were celebrating 9/11” and the “small million dollar loan”. Funny enough, Trump declared that he waited so long to actually participate in the presidential campaign only to start giving away the greatest failures that ever launched until now. Clearly he has it “all planned out”.
There is not surprise that America’s Hitler, Donald Trump has gained this reputation based on his beliefs and the extremist way in which reacts to everything. The simple truth is that, if Trump ends up being our president, America will be responsible for its greatest failure in history. We already have an example of how things can turn out if we give the power to a fool. Making that same mistake would be on us and us alone.
Trump appeals to emotion, just like Hitler did. Trump’s motto is “make America great again”, just like Hitler wanted to make Germany great again. He wants to invest millions in the army, as if we have millions of enemies in the world who we need to oppose, and he is dominated by uneducated misconceptions and racism.
We do not need Donald Trump and the world does not need Donald Trump. What we need is a president, someone who can make hard decisions and guide us through hard times, if need be. The only proper place in which Trump would fit as a president would be a circus.
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