Obviously he does, because he did what he needed to win: get 270 electoral votes or something like that. Y'all who voted for Hillary say she was definitely qualified: even though she should be registered as a criminal. You say he is evil and a racist, mysoginystic man or whatever you call people whom you don't agree with these days, but when he helps out the country you people are gonna say, "See, I told you he would help America!"
Donald Trump is credible enough to be our president. Our country has had president's that really did not have any clue as to what they were doing. Trump brings a lot of much needed private sector experience to the White House. This experience can help Trump reform our government, simplify a complex tax code and streamline regulations.
Donald Trump very rarely tells the truth. He repeats lies, half-truths and unsubstantiated claims over and over again, until his supporters start to believe them. The only reason that his supporters believe he is trustworthy and credible is that he uses classic sales techniques to trick them and create false trust. He is a con man.
The paper itself also appeared to be the wrong size, printed on A4 rather than legal size sheets, and appears to have fallen like fresh sheets of paper. And the folders themselves were also entirely blank, despite Mr Trump suggesting that each of them related to a different business that Mr Trump was moving himself away from. It is possible that the documents had been printed precisely for the press conference, but the fact that reporters weren't allowed to check the details of the documents led to concern that they didn't include any information at all. Is this not suspicious enough? Any doubts about his credible?
No, Donald Trump is not credible enough to be president of the United States. Mr. Trump came to political prominence by espousing the lie that president Barack Obama was not born in the United States. He has also created lies about 9/11 and the 2016 election. He is completely without credibility.