Could Trump Form a Government Should He Be Elected?

FBI director Christopher Wray, one of Trump’s many disastrous appointments, is so corrupt that a federal judge had to issue an injunction to stop Wray from “urging, encouraging, pressuring, or inducing in any manner the removal, deletion, suppression or reduction of content containing protected free speech” from social media.

Six years ago I correctly predicted that Trump’s ignorance of Washington would doom him to failure.  The question is:  Has Trump learned anything, or will he again, if he becomes president, surround himself with his–and America’s–worst enemies?

Where could Trump find qualified people to appoint who would support an agenda that served the American people.  Among the K Street lobbyists?  The Republican Establishment?  Media presstitutes?  Professors?  Woke corporate executives?  Woke military?  Wall Street?  Out of what could Trump form a government?  By taking the few Republican leaders, such as Jim Jordan,  from the House, leaving no support in the legislature for an American Agenda?  Where else?  How does a democracy form a government when no one represents the people?  

Trump admits he appointed the wrong people:

Could Trump Form a Government Should He Be Elected?

One thought on “Could Trump Form a Government Should He Be Elected?

  • Luis Melendez Albizu

    Trump’s populism was completely fake. He did nothing for regular Americans. All he actually did was designate the worst neocons, approve all their chicanery, and lower taxes for himself and his billionaire friends.

    If he wants to amend his mistake, he would have to start by denouncing the menbers of his prior cabinet. He should also designate Tulsi Gabbard as his V.P. He should also announce that he would appoint Douglas Macgregor as his Secretary of State, Wesley Clark as Secretary of Defense, and you as National Security Advisor. He should also state that he will pardon Assange and Snowden, and will release all remaining JFK assassination records. If he doesn’t do these things now. Then there’s no reason to believe in Trump.


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