Those the believe Trump can stop or minimize the coming financial/economic panic, unfortunately, expect too much from him. While Trump is one of the few candidates speaking directly to Americans, it's likely that he underestimates the growing risk of global debt meltdown. Walls, both literal and figurative - the restriction of the flow of trade and labor, will only stoke the fire of pain in the coming crisis.
The next Administration needs to be an effective communicator, bridge builder, and creative problem solver to be anything more than one-term. While Trump's supporters cheer him for expressing their concerns, they will jeer him just as fast as unemployment rises behind walls.
Headline: The More Donald Trump Defies His Party, the More His Supporters Cheer
NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C. — Mark Jebens, a veteran of 22 years in the Marine Corps, found no fault with Donald J. Trump’s scathing criticism that President George W. Bush “lied” about weapons of mass destruction while leading the United States into war in Iraq.
“At the end of the day, a lot of good Marines and sailors and airmen died over something that wasn’t there,” said Mr. Jebens, who served three combat tours in Iraq. “So you’ve got to ask tough critical questions. In the military, we called it a debrief or a hot wash.”
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