Trump Can Do It

Southasia - - ON RECORD - Ali Mu­jtaba, Karachi, Pak­istan.

Within just a month af­ter as­sum­ing the pres­i­dency of the United States, Don­ald Trump has be­come the most dis­cussed per­son­al­ity in the world me­dia. He is of­ten re­ferred to as a loose can­non, while some me­dia houses have even de­picted the cur­rent U.S. pres­i­dent as a Rot­tweiler be­cause of his pen­chant for speak­ing his mind candidly with­out any in­hi­bi­tion or re­straint. To me, Trump hap­pens to be a most straight­for­ward per­son who is free from the so-called diplo­matic man­ner­ism and makes no se­cret of his agenda with re­gard to the war on ter­ror, in­ter­na­tional pol­i­tics, im­mi­gra­tion re­forms, etc. Call­ing a spade a spade, he is quite an open book and does not hide his in­ten­tions merely to please oth­ers. Con­sid­er­ing the high-pro­file sta­tus en­joyed by the US pres­i­dent, Trump’s lead­er­ship style sounds blunt and crude, but he is the per­son who can re­ally make a dif­fer­ence for his coun­try and for the rest of the world.

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