Former resident Trump would never be considered a politician. He is a successful businessman who transferred that acumen to the White House. The results were exceptionally productive for America, and a challenge for the rest of the world. Trump demanded results, and if they didn’t come you’d be replaced rather quickly. That’s how a business works. Failure is not an option.
You can never be successful if you put politics above the Constitution, the law, the American people and the nation. Yet we certainly have that now. The worst of the worst are running the show and the results are alarming. Every decision is made purely for political reasons, with no regard for impending disaster. Failure is rewarded and there is no accountability. Nobody gets fired and the political payback is on full display.
There is one shimmering light in this administration: Eight months in and high-ranking officials are resigning. The pattern has begun suggesting we actually have a few people with character. Their positions make them guilty by association and this White House is destroying careers. These people are voting with their feet. They should be recognized by the media and their stories should be told — unless, of course, the liberal journalists have something to hide.
Mt. Airy, Md.