Was Donald Trump This Popular Before He Became President?

Or does the “role” of the “Presidency” confer something on an individual? Isn’t Donald Trump the same person he’s always been? Has the role of presidency changed him in any way at all?

If anything, it appears to have only amplified what he already was. With the sort of behavior pattern that Donald Trump and all others of his kind possess, the role of something like a “Presidency” is like a lit match in a room stuffed with gas-filled balloons.

For someone such as Trump, living inside the role of president is the culmination of the purpose of their entire existence: to acquire and maintain influence, control, and domination. A.k.a. — “power.”




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