While your analysis of Trump is persuasive (and if anything, rather lenient) the problem isn't Trump. Trump didn't storm the White House with a band of mercenaries: he was elected thanks to the votes of nearly 43 million US citizens. This means nearly 43 million US citizens (who continue to approve his actions) are of the belief that an infantile psychopathic moron is the "best choice" available to them for President. The real issue is therefore not Trump and his evident unsuitability for any kind of responsibility whatsoever; the real issue is the clear unsuitability of representative democracy, because it's representative democracy that's given us not only Trump but an entire political Party dedicated purely to the acquisition and retention of power at any cost and by any means available.

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