Is Donald Trump the Right Man for the Job?

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Donald Trump is smart, professional, and hardworking. It can leave someone wondering, should he be the next president of the United States? Trump is a very successful businessman that owns many casinos and hotels and manages hundreds of thousands of people. This comes with many benefits that his opponents do not have the opportunity to earn. In addition, none of the candidates are as wealthy as Trump, which gives him an advantage in that category. Plus, most of Trump’s opinions are strong, unique, and solve many big issues US citizens have to face every day. Although Donald Trump is different than many other candidates, he would make a good president because of his background, wealth, and strong opinions.

Donald Trump would be a good president due to his business experience and personality. Trump has found many ways to make his money, but the two main ways were through his hotels and casinos. This shows that he is smart enough to successfully run these businesses and manage hundreds of thousands of people, and although it is not quite the same as running a country, it is closer to it than any other candidates have gotten. Specifically Marco Rubio, one of Trump’s main competitors, was a politician for his whole career with the exception of when he was a lawyer straight out of college for a short amount of time. Another example, Jeb Bush, was born into politics and continued that his whole life. These two, along with the additional opponents, do not have nearly the resume of Donald Trump when it comes to business experience.

Trump is also a positive and lively person who generally has an energizing effect on others. This can come in handy while he is trying make peace or force a settlement with another country. Hypothetically, if Trump were to be elected president while the United States was in the middle of conflict with another nation, he could use his positive attitude, energizing effect, and prior experience to settle those disputes and maybe even become allies with that country. without a doubt, these traits would be extremely valuable for getting what is best for his country and preventing conflict with other countries.

Trump’s wealth can provide him with benefits in running for president and during his presidency. No candidate is as wealthy as Trump. The average salary of all candidates, not including Trump, is around 195,000 dollars a year, which is above average, but Trump makes around 60 million dollars a year. These opponents that do not make nearly as much as Trump have to ask for donations during their campaign. Those contributions that were accepted can end up haunting the candidates if they win their campaign because the donors ask for favors for their offerings. Those favors most of the time mean altering the president’s decisions even though those decisions aren’t always the right ones. For example, in a hypothetical situation, Hillary Clinton is elected but accepted a large amount of money from a contributor, so now that contributor can occasionally sway her opinion for better or for worse because she “owes them”. Trump never has to deal with these problems because he should be able to fund his campaign himself. Trump’s wealth also shows that he has the ability to be successful, and if he can be successful now, he can be successful in office.

Donald Trump has strong, unique opinions. One of his most popular opinions is that he wants to build a wall along the southern border of the United States. As of 2014, there were 5.6 million unauthorized illegal immigrants in the US from Mexico alone. Without the wall it is much harder to keep terrorism out. In addition to this, These immigrants are taking people’s jobs, making them lose money on taxes, increasing the amount of crime, and are causing many other disadvantageous effects. While illegal immigrants only represent 3.5% of the population, they represent 7% of all federal crimes. Trump’s idea of a wall will help solve the problem of illegal immigrants coming in from Mexico. Another issue trump wants to address is taxes. The current tax system is complicated and heavily taxes businesses, but Trump wants to make a simplified tax system. The current tax code is 73,954 pages long, which is why Trump wants to make this much shorter and easier for Americans to understand. The new system he plans on making can potentially benefit all Americans and even the government.

Opponents may argue that Trump would be a substandard president. These beliefs most likely come from the fact that he has repeatedly made comments that have been perceived as racist. One of Trump’s racist remarks is, “When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending the best. They’re not sending you, they’re sending people that have lots of problems and they’re bringing those problems with us. They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists. … And some, I assume, are good people”. In this quote he is basically saying that he believes most Mexicans are lousy, dreadful people. Donald Trump also has no political experience because has never held a public office or served in a government position. This lack of exposure to politics can be negative because he does not have as much involvement as almost all of the other candidates and does not have as much knowledge regarding presidency as them. For example, one of his republican competitors Chris Christie, first began his political career small by volunteering to help George H. W. Bush with his re-election campaign in 1992, and 24 years later he is currently governor of New Jersey. Another opponent, Ted Cruz, started by joining the George W. Bush presidential campaign in 1999 as a domestic policy adviser. Now, after 17 years, he is a US Senator. Although these statements are true, there are many positives to Trump that would make him an exceptional president.

Despite Trump using harsh word choice that can be comprehended as disrespectful, he has a point with what he is saying. Mexicans, along with other foreign immigrants, are definitely not all bad, but some are causing unwanted problems. Furthermore, Trump does not have the same political experience as the rest of the candidates, but while they were furthering their knowledge on politics, he was gaining an edge on the business side necessary for a presidency.

Trump’s business experience has helped him meet many friends that have promised to guide him through his presidency. All of his background also taught him lessons that he could take through presidency. He is also very wealthy. His wealth dismisses the need for sponsors, removing biased decisions when in office. In addition, Trump wants to build a wall along the border and imply a simplified tax system. Both of these make sense and would better the country. Given these points, although Donald Trump is different than many other candidates, he would make a good president because of his background, wealth, and strong opinions.

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