Monday, January 30, 2017

Public Likely Desires More Transparcency

Hardcore supporters are likely not complaining, but calling it success as uncertainty soars at the border, airports, businesses, Wall Street, and confidence that globalization, a trend boosting standard of livings for citizens across the planet, is denial.  Unintended consequences are coming.

CEO, scared by White House bullying tactics, refuse speak out in fear of retaliation to their businesses cannot be the definition of success unless authoritarian rule is the ultimate objective. A little more transparency and a little less finger pointing - being told how we should be reacting might help calm worries about peace time policies. If not, expectations of making America Great Again will be lucky if it makes it past the first 100 days.

Headline: Trump aides call travel ban success despite broad criticism

Aides to U.S. President Donald Trump on Sunday called the implementation of a temporary travel ban on people from seven Muslim-majority countries a "massive success story" despite criticism from some top Republicans, protests and disarray at airports.

A senior administration official said the executive orders signed by Trump on Friday, which bars the admission of Syrian refugees and suspends travel to the United States from Syria, Iraq, Iran and four other countries on national security grounds, was being fully enforced by relevant agencies.



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