He is very good at it. He lies every day, and when he is not lying, he is making up alternative facts. He exaggerates every story and demonizes any opponent and makes outrageous claims that nobody in their right mind would or should believe. He does not for one second believe in the rule of law or show respect for the Constitution or any other branch of government. He has no moral compass and has been this way all his life. Without any clue of morality, it has enabled him to swindle, con and cheat unsuspecting people and businesses out of their life savings and yet some people still defend him.
No bank or other lending institution in the United States will loan him or his family any money, so he borrows money from criminal governments and despots in other countries. When his country that he professes to love called him for military service, he found a way to dodge the draft and circumvent that, too. And, yet, some still defend him.
His defenders claim that he’s not a polished politician. But he is very much a politician without any rules or morality, and he created his very own swamp of the most arrogant liars around him to defend himself. Loyalty to him is the only qualification you need. He is rapidly tearing down the fabric of our Constitution and everything that this country stands for that so many have fought and died for.
No man in this country should be above the law, and anyone who holds any of the highest positions of government should have to submit their tax returns and divest themselves of any outside financial obligations or investments before taking any position of power. Yet, he managed to circumvent those rules, too.
There is also reason to believe that the election in 2016 was circumvented in much the same way with help from the Russians. The Mueller Report only said that there was not enough evidence to charge him, not that he was innocent, and we also now know that he was guilty of 10 counts of obstruction.
In the last election, the people voted to give Congress more power to keep “individual one” in check. I believe that in the next election, voters will decide that “we the people” have had enough of “individual one.”