I had hoped for a more subtle form of populism than this.
If there was a candidate for president who could deliver on his promises to bring down the cost of living and improve the quality of life for all Americans, and if he was the kind of candidate who could also deliver on those promises, I’d be all for him.
I’d also be all in.
The problem is that Trump isn’t exactly like that.
I would vote for him in a landslide.
But even in the event of a Trump victory, I’m not quite sure I’d vote for the president of the United States.
First, the election of 2016 is not a foregone conclusion.
And second, the president does not necessarily win by popular vote.
In fact, the odds are against it.
The election results of 2020 are still open.
And while some commentators are saying that 2020 will turn out to be a close election, the Electoral College is not actually in play until January 2020.
If there was an election in 2020, I would not be voting for it.
Trump won by a landslide, and the Electoral Vote was only 537 votes.
In other words, if I had been a Republican candidate in 2020 and the president had won the election by the same margin that Trump did, I wouldn’t have voted for him, either.
The problem is, Trump has a lot of work to do.
The first thing that needs to happen is to turn his campaign around.
Trump has been making big promises.
He promised to build a wall between the United State and Mexico, to repeal the Affordable Care Act, to restore the rule of law, to deport undocumented immigrants, to abolish the Environmental Protection Agency, to build an enormous wall along the US-Mexico border, to renegotiate NAFTA and to restore jobs in manufacturing and other sectors that have been lost to globalization.
Trump promised that he would “get rid of all of these rules and regulations” and that he was “a man of the people.”
Trump has said that he is the only candidate who will do what he says he will do, and he has vowed to restore American manufacturing.
He promises to stop the “illegal immigrants.”
He promises that he will “get America back on track,” to restore “jobs and the American dream.”
He promises to “bring back manufacturing jobs.”
He promised that the United Kingdom will become “the next great nation.”
He has also promised to repeal and replace Obamacare, which is still the law of the land.
Trump even promised to “fix” the debt ceiling.
And he promised that “when the dust settles, we will be back to winning again.”
The first thing Trump needs to do is start acting like he is in the White House.
In the days and weeks ahead, he needs to be more aggressive in negotiating a deal with China.
He needs to put in place a plan to make American manufacturing and jobs back.
He also needs to start making good on his campaign promises.
First and foremost, he should focus on renegotiating NAFTA.
The deal Trump has made with Mexico is a huge failure.
But there is a reason that the deal is unpopular in the United Nations.
It has allowed Mexico to export cheap labor and cheap products to the United the rest of the world.
Trump is going to have to change course.
Trump needs to stop threatening the United states with trade wars.
He should work to renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), which allows multinational companies to sue countries for any violation of their trade agreements.
But NAFTA has been so badly broken that the NAFTA renegotiation would be a huge political and diplomatic disaster for Trump.
Trump needs a plan for manufacturing jobs.
He has promised to get the United Manufacturing Council to work with the AFL-CIO, which will be responsible for rebuilding American manufacturing jobs and making sure that those jobs are created in the states.
But Trump has also said that it would be “better to have NAFTA” than “NAFTS,” or “NAB.”
So he needs a new plan for getting American manufacturing back on the right track.
Trump needs a big plan for immigration reform.
He claims that he wants to deport 11 million people who have committed crimes.
But that’s a ridiculous figure.
Trump actually wants to take in around 800,000 undocumented immigrants.
He is going after the 11 million in the first two years of his presidency.
And, as a result, we’re already seeing the impacts of his policies.
We’re already at the point of no return, where the immigration system is collapsing.
Trump can do much better.
But he needs some help.
And Trump needs help now.
As for Hillary Clinton, she’s not going to win in 2020.
And her plan to deal with illegal immigration is not going anywhere.
It’s just not going very well.
Clinton has said the following: “I am for securing the border, which has been a challenge for