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{UAH} Ocen//Trump regrets becoming president


As all indicators had shown from the beginning, Donald Trump is ill-fitted for the presidency. 

First is his shallow intellect: He has no desire to inquire about major issues outside of what Fox News spews out. His deficient understanding of US relations with the world, further diminishes his authority, as exemplified by his changing positions on NATO, China and even NAFTA.

He now appreciates that he came to the office unprepared. May be it's time he packed up and returned to his previous life.



'I loved my previous life, this is more work than before' says President Donald Trump

 Ananya Roy,International Business Times 9 hours ago 
A business tycoon for nearly 50 years with a net worth of close to $3.5bn, the 70-year-old Donald Trump, the 45th president of the US, is about to complete 100 days in the Oval Office, marked by harsh criticism from his adversaries.
While aspiring to lead the most powerful nation in the world, Trump may not have imagined what lay ahead for him in the White House. He said in an interview that he thought the job would be easier than managing a business empire spanning multiple countries, including real estate, television and beauty pageants.
"I loved my previous life. I had so many things going. This is more work than in my previous life," Trump told Reuters in the interview at the Oval Office on Thursday (27 April). "I thought it would be easier."
The former media mogul and real estate tycoon took office on 20 January after winning the 8 November, 2016 presidential election, defeating Democrat Hillary Clinton by a significant margin.
During his first week in office, Trump took the world by storm by delivering on most of his campaign promises – signing executive orders to stop immigrants and build the contentious Mexico-US border wall, imposing a travel ban on seven Muslim-majority nations and so forth.
He drew flak from many countries for ordering a missile strike on Syria earlier in April in retaliation for the latter's alleged chemical attacks on its own people; some nations lauded his action. He is currently dealing with the North Korea threat, amidst warnings against a repeat of the Syria action.

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