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A Trump supporter (R) yells at a demonstrator (L) after Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump cancelled his rally at the University of Illinois at Chicago March 11, 2016.[Photo/Agencies]
The violent clashes in Chicago on Friday, between supporters of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and protestors opposed to his positions on various issues, have reinforced the "smell of ...

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Post time 2016-3-20 11:40:29 |Display all floors
I am no big fan of Donald Trump.
He has used his deep understanding of the vast split between different classes within the American society to bring out the agony that had deeply mooted in their body system and played into his hands. It is manipulative yet effective. He is the best psychologist that deliver top class masterpiece in winning every single votes. He dares to differ in thoughts from traditional Republican carry in their ideology. If he would to rally the same manner as the traditional Republican candidates does, god knows if he will still remain intact and certainly see every ounce of his campaign money down the drainage system. Cleverly and smartly using hatred language and words that carries racist slang, he speaks as though what most white American had always wanted before Martin Luther King stood up to abolish the slavery law. He sent clear message that American was great before many foreign immigrants shared equal rights and previledge. Now he wants American to be greater..... and buy the white voters. However, he clearly knows that once he becomes president, his views will need to be diverse and accept the reality immigrants are too important to be forgotten. He will know that, as a successful businessman with diverse investment globally, the US needs trade to maintain its books and keep its allies by his sides. He will need China as much as he wants to abandon the Chinese, and he will be a more pragmatic president to know that US needs no enemy but people that would be willing to do trade with the country to create jobs and better livelihood for their own people. No businessman turned President will want war. Just look at Thaksin (Ex-Prime Minister of Thailand), as a good example. His business empire makes him a billionaires and he certainly turned the nation around economically under his ruling before collapsed due to political rifts.

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