I'm personally undecided about this topic as i think it might be interesting to see America ran by a business man rather than a politician. This could be better in the long run as he can improve infrastructure, spending, healthcare and relationships with Russia. Despite this i think some of the comments he made are unacceptable, but at the same time he is promoting a sense of change, unlike Clinton who is just a clone of the last 3 presidents.
I don't think it's possible to be a "good president" when the country isn't fundamentally controlled by the President, more the bankers who hold all the cards.
Will he be a good role model for the next generation? Unlikely.
A tremendous, tremendous president
there was an interesting piece in the paper today comparing him to Andrew Jackson
shamone who was an uncultured wealthy outsider. the Jackson story had a happy ending, with AJ making many useful improvements to the US and A.
He can't do any worse than Obama.
I don't think it'll be that interesting... Trump is a businessman, he'll be for big business. Good to see that he wants to improve US-Russian relations though.
Strictly speaking, there is a chance that Trump won't be the president, after all, the US is a republic... It's the state representatives that have the final say.
If he doesn't do the things he said he'd do during his campaign then maybe.
If not then he'll be a terrible President.
Better than Bush but that isn't saying much