LETTER: Trump’s arrogance; will the White House become the “Playboy Mansion”?

To the editor:
Donald Trump’s political “reality show” I imagine is like looking through a prism of Shakespeare’s “Comedy of Errors.” Shakespeare must be looking down with amusement at this strange twist of events.

Although Trump has engaged in a unique political phenomenon, his extreme racist statements influence his supporters and manipulates the media.
The disgruntled Trump camp is fueled by his phony promises, which do nothing more than evoke hate and anger.

Trump operates from a split mind-set: fear and racism. His supporters are motivated by fear of Muslims, Mexicans, blacks and anything else that threatens their ideal of White Supremacy.

Trump’s ability to flip-flop is with the confidence in what he flops on, he is quick to change it to a suggestion. This dynamic could be a game to reduce his change to a level of consequence that he finds justifiable.
This is a serious and critical time for the Republican Party and every person in America. First off, Donald Trump is not a conservative. He is Populist Nationalist.

The Republican Party is desperate and broken. They are stuck with more hatred for Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party than their dislike for Trump.

It seems a tragedy the G.O.P. may have to compromise conservatism by taking a reckless chance on Trump to unify their Grand Old Party and preserve their majority power, also to prolong the available position of a Supreme Court Justice.

Obviously Trump is unseasoned and lacks the knowledge and temperament to handle domestic and foreign issues facing our country.

Can anyone believe baby-sitting Trump to mold him into a legitimate President will work?

A stretch of my imagination tells me if Trump is to become President, the White House will become the “Playboy Mansion.”

Trump will fire anyone who opposes his dream “border wall.”

However, a relationship between Trump and the red nuclear button should never be an option. Especially with his view on Muslims and him calling Kim Jong Un a ‘maniac.’

Trump’s arrogance to meet with Kim Jong Un is an error in comedy.

Harold (Last name
withheld upon request)

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