I was reading article from #CNN, with comment on why President Trump is flip-flopping from his campaign words to recent days. Maybe it’s because he treats most of the things he has to handle as a negotiation process, a deal, like a businessman. By giving himself the room to move and keeping his options open, hence the flip-flops, from his campaign, in his claims, in his words.
How helpful is this to Trump’s acceptance and job approval rates? The latest poll shows Trump drops to the lowest ever. To 30-something percent. Lower than any of his predecessors, to Obama and Bush. How will this affect his presidency with 3.5+ years to go. With still not hitting pass the first 100-days mark? What’s really annoying to me, for the least, is those he appointed under his administration, to be his advisors or what not. It seems like there’s too much changes, unstable, news of infighting, too “wishy-washy” if you may. Where it doesn’t show strength.
Well, another commentator, analyst was rather kind to Trump on #MSNBC last night who said that Trump is learning on the job. Said that he is a businessman after all. There is a learning curve to be in government, to be the President. The commentator was too nice, I think.
Anyway. To me, Trump is just over-confident, to being arrogant. At times, full-of-BS, just like his counterparts in the Congress! He’s departing from what the democrats have been doing, using more of diplomacy than hard-lining on military force.
Putting the Russian “meddling” and “hacking” that’s been roaming around this President on the side, on the latest, why did Trump just use one of the biggest bombs? This nicknamed “mother of all bombs” that holds up to 11-tons of conventional explosives. It is said to curtail the advancement and power of ISIS. I think, on this, just this by itself, instead of holding Congress member Nunes to hearings. Trump himself, instead of having Sean Spicer, White House Press Secretary to talk and explain on the use of this weaponry. He owes the people, the public, an explanation.
What’s more? The escalation of tensions in the Sea of Japan. The confrontation of North Korea of possible nuclear capable missiles testing to co-military exercises of US and South Korea. How will this come-to? It is said that China, with the visit from Premier Xi Jin-Ping this past week to reel N. Korea in. Or, will this justify another pre-emptive attack that the media is speculating with President Trump.