Presidents Don’t Tweet Memes

When it comes to the presidency of Barack Obama, re-tweeting disrespectful memes on Twitter does not come to mind. Donald Trump, who is the current president, consistently pushes the idea that he is somehow the best. Of course he knows he isn’t the best – he’s nowhere Roosevelt, Kennedy or even Lincoln. Yet he considers what he does to be a new kind of presidential behavior. Don’t believe me, click below to see his exact words from his Twitter on the subject

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How To Educate Donald Trump

Donald Trump pulled out of the Paris Agreement because he felt that it wasn’t benefitting America, but other countries. He overlooked obviously the part about our climate changing and, without the U.S. involvement in the agreement, the climate will get worse. Here are some ways that, in general, we can educate Donald Trump.

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Trump Voters, Face It: America Was Better When Obama Was President

In the spirit of Trump voters and his administration disavowing facts, I will disavow them when talking about Obama in this post. Deal with it. 

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Donald Trump – What Else Is There Left To Say About This Man?

I apologize for featuring this same photo of Donald Trump that I used in another blog post. The fact of the matter is that there are so many sides of Trump that you can never tell which of them fit his real character. One side I wish he’d do away with is the part of himself that believes he lives in an alternate reality where he is considered a hero and everyone else is the villain.

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Donald Trump: The Casual Gamer Of The United States Presidency

I’ve come to the conclusion with Donald Trump that he really is just a casual gamer when it comes to being president. All of us who come in with a simplified view of what it takes to being in charge of this country ultimately end up understanding that there are many cogs in the machine that have to work together – when the cogs fight against each other, that machine is held to a standstill. If you are used to playing Angry Birds and then decide any one of the many Call Of Duty games would be a piece of cake, there’s a rude awakening in your future.

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Trump Can Learn To Be President – But He Has To Listen

This morning as I sought to add another entry to my blog, a New Yorker article caught my eye with the headline “Can President Trump Learn On The Job?“. My immediate thought is that he could if he knew how to listen – he doesn’t.

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