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American Society Is Split by Trump


The American society seems to be split in half – those who support Donald Trump and who hate him. More and more exports who are hostile to the U.S. president say that the American democracy is in jeopardy for the first time in several decades.
 

 

 

 

They say that the first three months after Donald Trump won the presidential election are showing us that the American political system is losing its ability to balance and center itself, and this is happening fast. This is mostly about the ability to change the power in a legitimate and peaceful way.
 
For the sake of comparison, something similar happened in 1981 when Ronald Reagan was elected. Back then, people also saw him a redneck, and an illiterate person incapable of running a superpower. However, his first 100 days showed that he had been doing a great job as the President of the United States.

These days, many experts compare Donald trump to Ronald Reagan. But some experts still believe that this time it’s a completely different story. They say that this time the While House is occupied by a right-hand populist. The thing is that he has been fighting many of those political things that used to be seen as normal and correct. This way, he may well be showing the world that he is not ready to be the President for the entire American people.
 
Another thing that’s different this time is said to be the call to resist Donald Trump and his administration. This called is backed by most American media corporations as well as the majority of the American political establishment.
 
The hate is growing bigger as more and more politicians declare war on Trump and his administration. This is something unprecedented. Well, there used to be even more terrible things in the U.S. history. In the 1850th, the USA was torn into pieces by a civil war that resulted in 600K killed. And even though there won’t be a new civil war in the USA, a cold civil war is a very likely scenario, the experts say.
 
More than 25 years ago, when American won the cold war with the USSR which ended with the disintegration of the Soviet Union, the Americans could even think that one day they would be split in half once again.
 
The bottom line is that these days it’s very difficult to find a well-thought-out standpoint when it comes to Trump and his policies. While some people try to defend Trump and his desire to make friends with Russia and Putin to fight international terrorist together, others don’t want to hear their reasoning and say that Putin owns Trump, that Trump is Putin’s puppet.
 

 

Anyways, it’s very difficult to predict what’s coming next. However, one thing is sure, the United states of America and the entire world are definitely going to change…

 

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