In spite of Donald Trump’s crass exhibitionism during the primaries, I voted for him when he became the Republican nominee because, what and whom the Democrats had to offer was unacceptable. I relied on his business acumen to carry him over the crocodile moat a/k/a the beltway swamp, to implement many of the things he promised that I am in agreement with.
It frustrated me to witness the obstructions the Democrats created to stymie all attempts for the new administration to get a government off the ground and rolling for the people.
It frustrates me that this new administration doesn’t seem to know how to deal with it. It frustrates me that the Republican majority in Congress is in disarray and seemingly working against the President’s agendas. He isn’t helping his cause by juvenile playground retorts in response to personal criticism.
Using the social media to thwart fake news sources is a new vehicle of information that can be conducive to quashing innuendo; but it can also be detrimental when boomerang tweets come back and hit him in the face.
The President’s nose has been bloodied many times, because he responds in anger before counting to ten, and his openness in airing the dirty laundry among members of his administration isn’t going to earn him brownie points, but give fodder to his adversaries who are trying to bring him down.
I invested my vote in this president and I expect dividends for having invested in him.
George Giftos is a retired travel agency executive, in management for agencies by Fugazy World Travel, U.S. Industries, Carlson Companies.
George is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force.
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