In one of your recent speeches you assured the American people that you were highly educated and that you know words, and that you have the best words.
It seems your favorite word is “I” – something that should give cause for concern to every American voter – but I wonder if you also know some more challenging words, words like nobility, dignity, truth, courage or freedom.
I ask because those words, and their meanings, are not evident in anything you say or do, which is a repeated slap in the face to the American people you are campaigning to serve… or maybe you don’t know the meaning of that word either.
Serve … it’s what presidents do. It’s what presidential leadership is all about. It’s what good leadership is all about.
But apparently that’s not what Trump leadership is all about. You have made it clear that your leadership will amount to “jump when I say jump,” and if that jump isn’t high enough there will be hell to pay.
I’m wondering how that will translate when you are in negotiations with prominent world leaders.
Then there’s the word great. You use it a lot, like when you said you’d be great for women. I can’t imagine that, based on so much of what you’ve said recently, so I would like to ask you a one-word question that you seem to have trouble answering: “How?”
How will you be great for women, and most importantly, how do you plan to make America great?
What does that very subjective word “great” mean to Donald Trump? It would be helpful if you would translate it for the rest of the American public.
You see, many of us already believe America to be great, most often when, through her laws, her leaders and her people, the virtues of nobility, dignity, truth, courage and freedom are woven into the fabric of her identity.
The American people are deserving of such highly principled values. What you have presented during your campaign is a far cry from anything that resembles virtues or values.
You have assaulted the American people with your turgid rhetoric and cemented political discourse into the world of reality TV. In doing so, you have attempted to manipulate voters into supporting you without providing anything concrete to support.
In the words of an astute philosopher, “Rhetoric without reason, persuasion without argument is manipulation.”
If you really care about America, you will put your gargantuan ego aside and go back to the business world before our country becomes another failed attempt at success under the Trump brand, or worse, is destroyed completely by your political incompetence and infantile petulance.