The administration of Donald Trump is nearing 100 days. That’s about the same time since my last “Something to Think About.” Guess that makes talking about President Trump logical?
It’s often said discussing leaders is interesting. To say that about our new President is of course a massive understatement.
His style is different from any other president, so some say we should have expected disruption and some degree of chaos. One pundit said - who the President fires is more important than who he hires and failures and mistakes are an accepted part of any successful entrepreneur’s activities. Adding most new ventures have to “fake it until they make it” to succeed.
President Trump takes all those ideas to the max and seems to have an inability to walk back or own any of his mistakes.
I didn’t vote for him, but I’m certainly not rooting for him to fail.
I see big problems for President Trump because he tends to exaggerate virtually every thing he talks about and his imagination is so out of proportion to reality it is alarming.
Entrepreneurs often dream bigger than they can produce, but they also have an ability to walk back or tone down their rhetoric. Mr. Trump has yet to do either. As the questions get more difficult – i.e., Syria, North Korea, Russia and Isis he will need to fix this trait.
Imagination was code for the truth in my childhood.
My mom used to say “Stevie, I think you are letting your imagination run wild again!”
What she meant was I was telling a fib. Her style allowed me to live with my misstatements, but also challenged me on their truthfulness.
President Trump has a massive problem with the truth and more importantly it appears he doesn’t appear to understand this!
The size of the crowd at his inauguration or the number of illegal votes cast in the election are not that important in the truth or fiction score, but dealing with Russia, Syria, North Korea and Isis are more than important and we need a leader we can believe.
Things not true make our President easy prey for the media in a contest that makes both sides look silly!
President Trump loves to ad lib “believe me.”
Wow! Of all the stuff he says those 2 words are the most difficult for me to take.
To lead anything and especially the United States of America we must have a leader who we can “believe.”
Thus far Donald Trump has failed that test and with the difficulty of his mission getting more severe each minute he needs to change this immediately.
Please start telling the truth Sir, because we have no future without it!
I’m Steve Sauder
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