Are you happy with trump being president ?

@_Koko_ (350)
United Kingdom
January 21, 2017 6:57pm CST
Now that finally Trump was announced for president and moved into the white house he is officially the president of the United States of America. I personally don't mind him beeing the president as long as he does his job right don't make any probleblems and server the country and do thing that will start world war 3 cough cough . But who am I to say anything if the nation of America likes him then I'm totally OK with it . How do you guys feel on this matter would you like him to stay or leave ?
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16 responses
@Corbin5 (112826)
• United States
22 Jan 17
I am good. People vote for the one they know who just may end the struggle endured for so long by families and other loved ones. He was the only one that could do that for us, and apparently a massive amount of other Americans.
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@jstory07 (69055)
• Roseburg, Oregon
22 Jan 17
I hope Trump will be a good President that is all we can hope for.
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@WriterAI (5234)
• Bulgaria
22 Jan 17
The greatness of America will come back!
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@anniepa (27238)
• United States
30 Jan 17
@WriterAIThe "greatness" of America never "left" but our freedoms and way of life are sure at risk since we've been taken over by Orange Julius.
• United States
25 Mar 17
@WriterAI I hope so!
@reskyyandi (3689)
• Indonesia
22 Jan 17
I dont like him. He dont have good attitude
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• Indonesia
27 Jan 17
@anniepa WTF* That is ridiculous
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@carebear29 (28630)
• Wausau, Wisconsin
22 Jan 17
I personally never liked him
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@_Koko_ (350)
• United Kingdom
22 Jan 17
@carebear29 why not ? he seems fine to me if he does his job right ?
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@Marijn (281)
24 Jan 17
@coffeebreakwhatever Hahah off course they want Hillary because he calls them hookers do you even know all the words that he have said
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@Marijn (281)
24 Jan 17
@coffeebreakwhatever and those 3 are all women huhah
@Rohvannyn (3118)
• United States
22 Jan 17
I don't mind him, really, even though I didn't support either of the major party candidates. I think he has a good chance of helping the US economy, which would be good for him might also be good for the country. My concerns are (1) his outbursts on social media, (2) the cabinet he picked, and (3) the violence being threatened by the supposedly peace loving radical Left.
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@anniepa (27238)
• United States
27 Jan 17
I totally agree with your (1) and (2) but I've somehow missed (3). What "violence" are you referring to?
@bagarad (12615)
• Paso Robles, California
27 Jan 17
@anniepa Perhaps the protesters who burned a limousine that belonged to a Muslim man who made his living with it? The same ones who threw rocks and damaged businesses and destroyed private property? How did you miss that on the newcasts? Or did you only watch the mainstream media?
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@anniepa (27238)
• United States
30 Jan 17
@bagarad When and where did these things take place? Also, if I may ask, what "media" do you watch?
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@1creekgirl (11349)
• United States
22 Jan 17
I like the people he has chosen for his administration. Apparently a lot of Americans agree.
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@_Koko_ (350)
• United Kingdom
22 Jan 17
@1creekgirl who has he chosen ?
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@anniepa (27238)
• United States
24 Jan 17
Most Americans disagree and strongly disapprove of what he's done so far. He has the lowest approval rating in history for this point.
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@1creekgirl (11349)
• United States
24 Jan 17
@anniepa Good grief, he's only been President for four days. Give him a chance. What exactly do you not like that he's done so far?
@Marijn (281)
22 Jan 17
No just no
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@_Koko_ (350)
• United Kingdom
22 Jan 17
@Marijn why not ?
@Marijn (281)
22 Jan 17
@_Koko_ he is bad and a racist
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@_Koko_ (350)
• United Kingdom
22 Jan 17
@Marijn I think he's only doing that so he can gain popularity
@WriterAI (5234)
• Bulgaria
22 Jan 17
He is legally elected by the American people. Then what about? His position doesn't rely on whether we, ordinary people, even some of us non-Americans, like him to stay or leave. Such statement couldn't be accepted. He will take the office and his next activities will reveal his political content.
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@dlr297 (5418)
• United States
23 Jan 17
I am Happy with Trump being President......About WWIII it will happen eventually....Because God says it will....Will this administration be part of it who knows......
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@anniepa (27238)
• United States
24 Jan 17
God has nothing to do with it but it's interesting to see you've already found a way to justify it if your hero manages to destroy humanity.
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@dlr297 (5418)
• United States
25 Jan 17
@anniepa God has everything to do with it....I do not have to Justify anything...God said it will happen so it will happen eventually....Humanity has been destroying it self for a very long time...
@anniepa (27238)
• United States
27 Jan 17
@dlr297 So "humanity" decided to rush it along by putting pure evil in power? Are you saying God did that?
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@inertia4 (27713)
• United States
31 Jan 17
Well, I never liked this guy. Being from New York I know way too much about his lies and deceit. As for him doing the right job, well, he has'nt yet. And I don't see that happening at all. He does need to be removed from office and quick.
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@anniepa (27238)
• United States
31 Jan 17
I've been hearing and reading more and more about the probability of impeachment. I think it's not a matter of "IF" but of "WHEN". I say it can't happen soon enough!
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@inertia4 (27713)
• United States
31 Jan 17
@anniepa Honestly it cannot be soon enough. Or someone is going to eliminate him some other way. His days are numbered.
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22 Jan 17
I didn't support him...but i guess we have to see what he does...or what he can do...
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@WriterAI (5234)
• Bulgaria
22 Jan 17
Yes, let's wait some more and see his activities.
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@bagarad (12615)
• Paso Robles, California
27 Jan 17
I supported him and I think he's off to a good start. I think he'd be wise to discipline his tongue more about non-issues such as crowd size, but his cabinet is strong and his policies should bring jobs back and keep the country safer than it's been in a long time. I think even open-minded naysayers will come around in a few months when his policies are beginning to see results that will benefit everyone.
@anniepa (27238)
• United States
30 Jan 17
How's that working out for you so far...lol? Here we are with yet another weekend of protests, this time because of the racist ban on people from a select few predominantly Muslim countries from which not a single person who attacked a single American in this country came. Also, it might be noted, Donald has no business interests in any of those seven nations. Who's ready to invoke the 25th Amendment?
@anniepa (27238)
• United States
25 Jan 17
Let's put it this way - I refuse to use the word "President" followed by that orange creature's name. Period. I would love for him to just disappear, never to be heard from again. As it stands, if he lasts four years in office at least one of the following will happen...many people will die because of losing their health insurance, even many more will die because of his destruction of the environment or a HUGE number of us will die when he starts WWIII and gets us nuked.
@Rohvannyn (3118)
• United States
7 Feb 17
@Facie67 Thank you.
• United States
25 Mar 17
Sometimes.
@dragon54u (31631)
• United States
24 Feb 17
I'm fine with it. We seem to finally have someone in office that wants to improve the country. A lot of people feel that way. The reason that so many think most of the nation is against him is because that's the type of person the media interviews as often as they can, leading people who like Trump to think they are in the minority. He did lose the popular vote but that's mostly because California has so many people. In fact that's why the electoral college was invented, because populous states could outvote the less populated states and tip the vote their way in every election. I certainly would not want California to decide every presidential election.
@sallypup (27960)
• Moses Lake, Washington
7 Feb 17
No I am not at all happy with this buffoon being anywhere near the White House. He knows zip about statesmanship or freedom or laws or the press. He does know how to speak words that a third grader knows when the third grader feels he needs to insult people. I am very worried about the safety of my people in all the ways that means. Very afraid.