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Should Trump be allowed to run a country if he himself has gone bankrupt four times?

  • Yes, on principle.

    Declaring bankruptcy should not prohibit you from running for office. Whether or not Trump (or anyone else) becomes president should be left up to one thing: the people, during the election. Not his personal finances.

    Personally, I don't think Trump would be the perfect president - but just like with every other candidate, I do not care about his personal life, his finances, or his history: I care about his policies.

  • Yes, on principle.

    Declaring bankruptcy should not prohibit you from running for office. Whether or not Trump (or anyone else) becomes president should be left up to one thing: the people, during the election. Not his personal finances.

    Personally, I don't think Trump would be the perfect president - but just like with every other candidate, I do not care about his personal life, his finances, or his history: I care about his policies.

  • Just thought I'd have a go

    Disclaimer: I am not a US conservative. I have no problem with conservatism (resisting change) once a certain level of liberal democracy is reached (universal healthcare, constitution with unoverrideable fundamental rights, education (through university, etc).

    Perhaps the US should have Trump and we declare bankruptcy to get rid of the massive debt. Once we declare bankruptcy, hardly anyone would be willing to lend to us, which would be great to end the endless wars (US has been at war for 93% of its history from what I've read).

  • I think if he can't control his own money he shouldn't be able to control ours.

    I believe that Trump is not able to run a country. He might just single handedly start world war three. He is also very racist, inconsiderate, rude, abnoctious. Above all he is racist. Donald Trump is living proof that you don't have to be poor to be white trash. I'll let you decide should Donanld Trump be allowed to run this country?


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