Why Donald Trump Is Unethical

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There are two things that America cannot stand, marijuana abuse and Donald Trump. Marijuana can contain benefits in the medical field: calming nerves and lowering anxiety. On the other hand, Marijuana usage can be extremely lethal with an overdose. In the same way, too much of Donald Trump in power would have fatal impacts. With the president’s continuous, negative decisions stacked against him, Trump has the potential to authorize destructive behavior. Donald Trump has done more harm than good in the presidency; Trump ruined our national representation, is reckless with federal funding, and has demonstrated unconstitutional behavior. To other countries that have outlawed the use of Marijuana, the US has appeared weak. In addition to America’s…show more content…
Similarly, Donald Trump has done actions that are against the law and constitution. For example, in the case of LGBT rights, Trump went against procedural guidelines. After decades of an unknowable number of transgender troops serving the country, Trump put his foot down. He claimed that, “tremendous medical costs and disruption” currently occur with transgender soldiers and that “the United States Government will not accept or allow them to serve in any capacity in the U.S. Military,” (Phillips 1). Many sources have claimed that the medical costs of Transgender people in the military are not demanding or a burden. Merely, the act of restricting the LGBT community was unconstitutional and angered multitudinous Americans. In addition, Donald Trump banned Muslim travel in airports, not following the constitution. By banning travel to Muslim countries, Trump saw it as a way to increase the national security. Instead, Trump’s ongoing travel ban on six separate Muslim countries was deemed unconstitutional, due to how it stereotyped against the Muslim community. Although the discrimination and highly unnecessary tactics are unconstitutional, several states drafted a form of the travel ban. Moreover, Trump showed corruption in his nominations for the Supreme Court. The nomination of Neil Gorsuch may have appeared suitable, but the youngest member had…show more content…
Donald Trump proposed a tax cut that would reduce taxes by 15% from corporate businesses to encourage them to move back to the US. Unexpectedly, the national debt is rapidly increasing with the new tax cut. The CBO claimed that the national debt will double in the next few decades unless the plans change. Now, the federal government will have to pay for the nation’s healthcare and retirements plans, causing economic burdens with the debt. As well, Trump aims to chase immigrants out of the US to increase jobs for legal citizens. Unknown to most Americans, The unskilled immigrants do not take jobs that average people want. Illegal immigrants perform manual labor and work on farms to maintain a low profile and a high wage. Without immigrants, farmers would have no workers. Despite any benefits, many Americans would never take a job that requires no skills in the trade. As well, without the workload from illegal immigrant labor, produce would cost more to obtain and would need to be imported. The costs to import crops would increase the amount of businesses leaving America for cheap labor elsewhere. In response, Donald Trump planned to draw businesses and mass production companies to the US in order to increase manufacturing jobs. By persuading companies to resettle in the US, businesses would be harming themselves. With the large amount of unskilled Americans, many employees
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