Donald Trump Criteria

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During the past year the media has been buzzing with the united states presidential elections of 2016. The huge media attention was brought due to candidate Donald J. Trump business man and star of “Celebrity Apprentice”. Regardless of Donald Trump’s entertaining demeanour, he is the worst candidate to be a US president. Donald Trump has no political experience, he appeals to people’s fear through propaganda and fabrication of information, and he is abrasive and reckless which can put America and the entire world in danger. In order for a president to be successful there is certain criteria that must be met. The first main criteria that determine’s eligibility is experience in the field of politics, or military. According to political scientists…show more content…
Trump does not fit this criteria because he has no prior political or military experience. Trump’s work experience include real estate and reality TV (The Apprentice and Celebrity Apprentice). This goes to show that he is politically inept and that his background experiences do not qualify him to meet this standard of this criterion. Another key criterion to what makes a successful president is their vision that must coincide with people’s values and morals. A successful leader must have the ability to appeal to issues that matter which assures the common good of the citizens. Through history some of the greatest leaders have proven to be visionaries that act out to benefit…show more content…
These qualities include tenacity, and a collected demeanour. A good example to draw on to this quality is the 35th president of the united states John F. Kennedy. JFK lead America through the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962, where america was on the verge of nuclear warfare with Russia. If it was not for JFK’s tenacity a third world war would have broken out and our world today would not be the same. To put things into context, candidate Donald Trump does not posses these qualities. Despite the time he called multiple women “fat pigs, dogs, slobs and disgusting animals,” Trump’s reckless behaviour can jeopardize America’s relationship with its allies. The British parliament considered to ban trump due to his “hate speech” against Muslims. President Pena Nieto of Mexico absolutely opposed Trump’s idea of building a wall and he explained how Trump’s demagoguery was “how Mussolini got in, that’s how Hitler got in”. Trump also pledged stern action against China for “ripping [America] off” these type of threats will worsen America’s relationship with its allies. Finally Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel of Germany said that "Donald Trump… [is] not only a threat to peace and social cohesion, but also to economic development.” These examples of many indicate that Trump’s reckless behaviour could create unwanted enemies for the United
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