As seen during the first debate, Trump seems to put a priority on serving himself rather than serving others, and enriching himself rather than sharing his riches
When Americans head to the polling stations and cast their votes on 8 November, they will be asked to decide which candidates for an array of posts – congressman, senator, judge, city counselor, mayor – we believe will serve us and represent our best interests. This year’s presidential race presents an interesting question, however. Are we ready to vote for someone who is a professional businessman?
On first hearing, that may sound appealing. We’d be getting someone efficient, right? Someone used to doing deals – someone who insists that the organization they oversee functions smoothly and efficiently, not chaotically and wastefully.