Although I’m a citizen of the UK, not the USA, I am also a citizen of the planet, and feel that I have a stake in the forthcoming US election because the direction in which the most powerful democracy on Earth moves will affect everybody.
From where I sit, the the way the US has moved in the last four years under Donald Trump is completely wrong. The nation has become more insular at a time when, more than ever, it is necessary to work together. Withdrawing from the Paris Accords and the World Health Organization were clear signals that the US, like its leader, doesn’t give a pair of fetid dingo’s kidneys for anyone else.
In his first 100 days all Donald Trump did, as Jill says, was ‘He Broke Stuff’. Now he appears to be spreading lies — as is his wont — about what his major opponent plans to do at the beginning of his incumbency.
Here’s hoping that the United States of America does the right thing.
If a president serves his entire four-year term, he will have been president for 1,459 days. The first 100 days are some sort of a marker, though they are less than 15% of his expected tenure, because there is always an analysis of what a president accomplished in his first 100 days. Additionally, a part of a candidate’s campaign platform also includes “What I plan to accomplish in my first 100 days”, which is later used as a benchmark for the aforementioned analysis.
I would like to clear some things up regarding Joe Biden’s “First 100 Days To Do List”. Donald Trump seems to think he has a copy of Joe’s list, but it’s obvious that he doesn’t. Donald Trump has falsely declared that in his first 100 days, Biden plans to …
- Implement a $4 trillion tax hike
- Demolish the U.S. energy industry
- Shut down the entire…
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