I didn’t vote for Donald Trump, but I really can’t wait until he steps into the Oval Office.
It’s not that I suddenly find myself agreeing with whatever Donald Trump believes, although it is hard to tell what he really believes, it’s just that I think that he will bring out the best in people.
He will do that at the same time that he has shown that he can bring out the worst in people.
You can’t disagree with Hillary Clinton’s reference to “deplorables,” although you would really have to question both her estimate of how many of Trump’s supporters really did fit into that category, as well as simply questioning her judgment in making the comment, itself.
By the same token, there are clearly “deplorables” on the other side of the political spectrum and in that group I might include those who have a hard time accepting the fact that Donald Trump will be our next President.
My father used to always say that “money brings out the best in people and the worst in people.”
For years, I thought that his lack of command of English as a language caused him to use the conjunction “and” when he really meant “or.”
It was only a few years ago that I realized that he said exactly what he meant.
Money can bring out both the best and the worst in someone and I think that Donald Trump will do the same with our elected officials.
Some, unfortunately, will feel even more emboldened to act in a ridiculous manner, while others are going to realize that the only way to move the nation forward is to come to some reconciliation across the aisle.
Remember when there were actually moderates in both parties who could stand one another professionally and personally?
Donald Trump may be the enzyme that brings them back together again.
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