Trump sours my love for Amer­ica

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I’d rather we had the Kar­dashi­ans rul­ing in the White House

WHEN I was grow­ing up I al­ways looked to the United States and thought that it was the best coun­try in the whole world. It was the land of op­por­tu­nity, the land of the free, the place where dreams could come true.

I love LA, New York and I have a hol­i­day home in Mi­ami. But now Don­ald Trump is in power, I have lost re­spect for the place.

I just can­not be­lieve that Amer­i­cans voted this orange clown in. What on earth were they think­ing?

If he was on The X Fac­tor he would be the joke act. But with­out the tal­ent of Chico, Wag­ner or Honey G. In fact, he’d have strug­gled to get four yesses and make it through to boot­camp.

He knows noth­ing about any­thing, he has no peo­ple skills, he is not worldly, and he is most def­i­nitely not pres­i­den­tial.

What he does have is the world’s big­gest ego (even big­ger than Si­mon Cow­ell’s and that’s say­ing some­thing). In Don­ald Trump’s world there is only him­self, his ho­tels and his fam­ily. He doesn’t seem to care about any­body else at all. I would hon­estly pre­fer to have the Kar­dashi­ans in the White House – they would be more en­ter­tain­ing, and they would cer­tainly look bet­ter. In all se­ri­ous­ness though, I read the pa­pers every day and check the news every night and it is like I am watch­ing the drama House of Cards in real time. It is so scary to think that Don­ald Trump is the most pow­er­ful per­son in the world and could be head­ing to­wards war with Kim Jong-un and North Korea. And there’s an­other per­son who shouldn’t be in power. We have th­ese two clowns squar­ing up against each other, but it isn’t a game. It is a real-life bad dream that could change the world as we know it.

Only yes­ter­day the Mir­ror was re­port­ing war with North Korea was a “real pos­si­bil­ity”. That truly fright­ens me. Yet Trump and Kim Jong-un look like two very bad Hal­loween cos­tumes.

Trump says and Tweets things just to get a re­ac­tion – he ob­vi­ously doesn’t think things through be­fore he opens his mouth or fires off mes­sages on his phone, which is dan­ger­ous.

To me Trump sig­ni­fies ev­ery­thing that is wrong with Amer­ica. He is racist, he is sex­ist, he is nar­cis­sis­tic and it is all the more mag­ni­fied by him fol­low­ing such an amaz­ing com­pas­sion­ate man as Barack Obama into of­fice.

Hillary Clin­ton would have been a much bet­ter Pres­i­dent. She is more ex­pe­ri­enced, more dig­ni­fied and more mea­sured.

Trump is so de­luded about him­self and his own in­tel­li­gence. All he ever wants to talk about is him­self, yet we have never even seen his tax re­turns.

He is cer­tainly a big­ger Mr Nasty than Si­mon. Si­mon is ac­tu­ally a re­ally nice guy. But then Si­mon did go to Don­ald Trump’s wed­ding...

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