During the last election, many U.S. voters wanted change after incessantly being told how bad things were. We were enduring a slow recovery from the great recession of 2008. Jobs in some industries were gone or demanded new skills. Many thought “change” would bring back jobs and speed up our economic recovery.
Voters ignored the winning candidate’s vulgarity, name calling, lying and bragging, thinking he would change. No, President Trump has not changed. He casts disdain on the FBI, the CIA and our judicial system, calling investigations into Russian meddling in our elections “witch hunts.”
Now he is dangerously sparring with Kim Jong Un, Pakistan and Iran, and all have nuclear weapons. He tweets childish comparisons of the size of his nuclear button, threatening to shower “fire and fury,” ignoring diplomacy. Yes, the economy is improving and stocks are advancing. But this might all come to a crashing halt if we ignore what is in plain sight — a president who could throw the world into nuclear turmoil to “get even” with someone who might insult his ego.
It is a grave mistake to ignore this president, time to call for his sanction, resignation or impeachment. We should be humble enough to admit that it was a mistake to elect him. Contact your congressmen and senators. Asking them to stop this president from endangering not just our country but the entire world.