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The First Day: My thoughts on the Trump Dilemma

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The election of Trump has proven to be more divisive than I thought possible. However how much of the outrage is justified is still debatable. Trump has most certainly shaken things up in his first week at the White House. The policies that Trump has instilled through executive action have been largely what was promised on the Campaign trail,with some notable exceptions). However what has awed me (and the world) -though perhaps awed isn't the right word, shocked is closer- is the language that Trump has been using.

The continued use of his Twitter account has led to very undiplomatic comments.(Trump on Iran)
The reason why I point to his comment on Iran is not just due to its fiery and combative tone, but rather because since the collapse of the Soviet Union, Russia and Iran have been very close. I'm interested to see if Trumps promise to closer tie the fate of Russia and the USA together will be compromised by these undiplomatic stances that he has taken on Iran. 

It should be noted however that I think the calls for Trumps impeachment by the left are vastly premature, if not hysterical. Whilst Trump has been using the language of someone still new to politics, he is delivering on his promises (the freeze on Muslim immigration, pushing for a tariff to build the wall on the Mexican border etc.).This is something to be lauded, no matter what side of the political spectrum you fall on. 

Anyway enough rambling for now, tomorrow ill write someone new, probably on Music or TV. Something lighter anyway. 

Day One. 

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The First Day: My thoughts on the Trump Dilemma


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