Donald Trump, how would he act as president?
People can only guess. We know generalities: immigration, the wall, Muslims, China, Mexico and a few others. May I suggest that pundits begin asking guests and readers what they think a President Trump might accomplish for good and bad.
Why has he seemingly been sweeping our nation’s voting course? Interestingly, he is called out as a nonconservative by many conservatives and anything but liberal by many liberals. No surprise. He has ridden his pony on both sides of the fence as a business person.
So what? Yes, assuming he wins the Republican nomination we should know more hopefully when the debates become two-sided (Democrat and Republican). Many of the arguments against and for Trump have little basis because his record has not been political and that factor also is one of his huge attractions. He certainly is a loose cannon, but what else?
Craig Moore, Melba