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Why Is Donald Trump Trying To Remain In Office?

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Lombax | 17:36 Sun 29th Nov 2020 | Media & TV
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He knows he did'nt won. But it seems like he does'nt care or give a *** about Joe Biden. To me, Donald Trump is a very narcistic person thinking he is perfect. In his mind, he probably never make mistakes, does everything with ease, never fails, never get tired, never get dirty (etc). What kind of president is this? He looks more like a child than a real adult.

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You seem to have answered your own question with "Donald Trump is a very narcistic person thinking he is perfect"!
Whatever you think of him, in the last four years there have been no new wars started, he has stood up to Iran, made a good containment relationship with North Korea, pushed back China, and improved security in the Middle!e East, as well as bringing home thousands of his troops, and introducing the Abraham Accords to deal with the Palestinians.
Quite an achievement.
Biden will be a puppet for the military industrial complex.
War is profitable.
// He knows he did'nt win. //

erm ( possibly ) he knows he did.
and has surrounded himself with yes men

Not sure he achieved that much with North Korea other than give Kim Jong-Un some photo opportunities. The Abraham Accords are, or could be, more interesting, although it's not clear how it "deals with Palestine" so much as isolates Iran, which is probably the real aim.

Most people would give Trump the China credit, although even there t's clear that he woefully misunderstood the effects of his own trade war, and consistently misrepresented the meaning of tariffs.

Moreover, as I've pointed out elsewhere, Trump failed in several ways on his domestic policy: on his three main 2016 priorities, he achieved only one, failed on a second, and never even seemed to bother with the third. Even the tax reform achievement was a benefit primarily for the wealthy, and has potentially some nasty stings in the tail coming over the next few years. And that's even before we consider his disastrous approach to Covid.

The simple fact is that Trump has been in this for himself, and his family, and never in it for America. This explains his attitude to the result: Trump's image is built around winning, and therefore he cannot be seen to have lost legitimately. But his fight is destroying America's image, undermining its attempt to promote democracy around the world, and serves to undermine the smooth transition of power.
erm this last bit
pushed back China, and improved security in the Middle!e East, as well as bringing home thousands of his troops, and introducing the Abraham Accords to deal with the Palestinians.

pushed back China - nope - let the chinese expand south down to the spratly islands - near Oz - ish

has not improved security in the middle east

and brought home troops and sent them out the next week

and introducing the Abraham Accords to deal with the Palestinians.
The palestinians dont accord with them and they are contrary to international law ( where have I heard that before ?)

so overall - erm not sure
// Even the tax reform achievement was a benefit primarily for the wealthy, and has potentially some nasty stings in the tail coming over the next few years//

well his cabinet are now twice as rich as they were when they took office

and even trump says - "I wouldda done a damn fine thing with the economy if it hadnt been for covid"

I think he will be judged harshly over covid like Coolidge and the depression - they both thought it was nothing to do with them
I read an article in the Economist, that examined his economic policies, and generally they were beneficial.
The Economist being neutral of course.
As for his policies towards fossil fuels, he has seen through the smoke and mirrors. I agree with him.
Trump had a privileged upbringing and everything was on a silver spoon.
His family wealth got him out of being killed in Vietnam at n.n.n nineteen.
Trump’s own businesses were far from a success, and it was only the death of his father, and inheritance that kept him afloat.
All his life he hasn’t been allowed to fail, so losing the vote by 7 million votes is very puzzling for him.
“ he has stood up to Iran”

Probably truer to say ratcheted up te ruine there for no advantage
“made a good containment relationship with North Korea,”
Probably truer to say have it ego a massage by courting a ruthless dictator end enfumer up humiliated
“pushed back China”
Probably truer to say that his isolationist policy has allowed China to expand its influence
It’s Biden who will be championing the new D10 to face up to the world’s dictatorships
“and improved security in the Middle East”
Hard to see how he’s done that. Sure a few Arab dictatorships have formalised relations with Israel but it’s hardly safer than it was
“as well as bringing home thousands of his troops”
To the great alarm of his own defence department
At least his administration seems to realise the folly of abandoning ISIS refugees in Syrian camps.
Theland,

Trump has massively failed on the economy.
In 2015 he pledged to pay back the US National Debt of $22Trillion.
It has gone up to $26.5Trilluon.

(I won’t even bother to comment on Trump’s presence for fossil fuels).
Huge tax concessions to the super-wealthy who will never put the extra back into the economy.
A corrupt populist feathering the nests of his fellow plutocrats. Bafflingly called a man of the people who “gets things done” :-)
ichkeria

A bit of a conundrum. Trump increased his vote with Latinos and other immigrant groups (that probably should have voted Dem). How did Trump convince this group? Biden had a hope of taking Florida’s electoral college votes, but the latinos went for the Donald.
Biden and his team are to me, scary.
I shouldn't be too worried, Theland. Biden's team will, in the first place, only be as "scary" as the (likely) Republican-majority Senate will allow. In that sense, it's quite likely that the next four years will be far more disappointing for the left-wingers than the right-wingers.

As to Trump's climate policies, he understands climate science not a jot. "Seen through the smoke and mirrors", indeed. He's been got at by the Coal lobby, more like.
// Biden and his team are to me, scary. //

Unless you substantiate a reason why, it is just a phobia.
It’s like saying I am scared of the dark, or black cats or Marmite.

Interesting, if not disconcerting figures still keep emerging: 'The 2020 election had a series of unprecedented results, any one of which would be a MIRACLE [my caps]. For example, Trump increased his vote by 17% and lost, which has never happened in American history. There was a 20% increase in the vote, something else that has never happened in electoral history.'

Who will be the first to say, "Ah well, there's a first time for everything" ?
Plenty here know how the Brexit vote went but don't accept that either, same as POTUS
15.40 Only difference is, Trump losing the vote is good for America Brexit winning the Vote is Bad for Britain.
That clock is ticking away Gulliver :0)
16.02 And the explosive is connected Bobbi , just waiting for theBig Bang on 1st Jan.

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