From an industrial psychology perspective, President Trump exhibits a super Type-A personality, which is common for successful people and something I have discussed previously. This type of person possesses a no-nonsense entrepreneurial and competitive personality, something commonly found in the captains of industry. These people represent the polar opposites of Type-D personalities who are not risk takers, bureaucratic and are defenders of the status quo. It is not unusual for Type-A personalities to possesses a rather avant-garde sense of humor which others may misunderstand or even find offensive. Some would even go so far as to denounce such a person as vulgar and crude, certainly not politically correct, which is how the media and the left portrays Mr. Trump. I find this particularly amusing coming from people who publicly demonstrate in bizarre costumes, such as female genitalia, and shout expletives at anyone disagreeing with them.
I had to allow myself to have gummy bears for breakfast in order to forgive myself for the angry thoughts that I have held for so long about Mr. Trump. After all, he’s only human. I’m guessing he was raised up by folks who only valued one thing. How to make money. Maybe he grew up in poverty like my parents did and vowed to never ever have to live like that once he got older. I don’t know his history, nor do I need to in order to deliver my message through this article.
Today is January 20th, and that means that Donald Trump has been in office for a year. Yes, we're still alive. No, none of us thought that he would still be in office at this point. And yes, he shouldn't have stepped foot into the White House in the first place.
It was one hell of a week for Trump, but nothing new other than the gross fanning-of-the-flames caused by the shit-show called the legacy media losing their integrity faster than their ratings. For those who are living under a rock, Business Insider writes:
The United States has, throughout its history, experienced some grueling hardships: wars, economic depressions, shootings, etc. In spite of these events, we have always been able to recover and continue to be a strong nation. But what happens when we reach uncharted waters in that our own president is the direct cause of our turmoil? President Donald Trump, a title that sounded ludicrous up until his improbable victory over the heavily favored and experienced Hillary Clinton, has taken the reigns and led us down a turbulent and chaotic road. When the election results were in there was an overwhelming sense of shock, fear, and uncertainty; but optimists like myself were willing to give him the benefit of the doubt and chance to lead and maybe prove the critics wrong. But now, as his presidency nears its one-year anniversary, it has been enough of a sample size to prove his critics right.
The number one best seller for this week on New York Times was Michael Wolff's book "Fire and Fury" Inside the Trump White House.
"America's Stupidest President"
It's on every TV news program. Every news radio station is covering it. It's all over social media. There are even articles being written about it for Vocal Media.
Who is Tom Steyer? According to his Facebook page,"Tom Steyer is a former hedge fund manager and business leader as well as a philanthropist working to promote economic and educational opportunity and a healthy climate."
It’s time for the poor bastard to be swallowed by a whale.