I've heard others accuse Trump of being a globalist. Several observations; he had more than a chance to build that wall when he had a full majority in both Houses of Congress and yet did nothing. That has not set well with me. He did renegotiate NAFTA to his credit. He put some tariffs on China to even trade out a little bit. The later two, I believe were beneficial, however, I have not done any research. He had a chance to declare the Insurrection Act but nothing was done enabling the rioting and destruction to continue. With China and NAFTA I think Trump saw a lot of $$ sitting on the table and that is why he went for the changes. As far as the border and the rioting; I continue to find his inaction troubling.@libertybele
Does that make him a globalist? I do know that he jumped into the race right after Cruz declared his candidacy which was surprising because for years he was on team DEM. That has always troubled me as well and I had often felt that he was input into the race by the DEMS to ensure that Cruz, a true conservative lost. He didn't go after Hillary during the election, nor did he lock her up. She is the biggest globalist going. So, not going after Hillary and not locking her up, does that make him a globalist? He never drained the swamp either; not even close and his picks as AG have been concerning as well.
I expect a few arrows and tomahawks coming my way, but as much good as I believe Trump has done, and all and all I felt he was a good president, I still question some of his actions that have always left a nagging feeling in my gut.
Our Presidents are supposed to be LEADERS that show us the way,not dictators,and the ONLY way Trump could even have attempted to do the things you are upset about was to try to be a dictator.
He didn't even try to do some of the things I wanted him to do,but I understand that as The President of the United States that he was NOT a dictator,and if he wanted to get ANYTHING done,he HAD to play a certain amount of kissy-face with a hostile congress and senate. Even when the R's had a majority,it was paper-thin and could disappear as quickly as a whiff of smoke.
What Trump did was try to focus on the things he COULD make some headway with,and try to stand up to the things he didn't approve of,while trying to reach out to the working class Republican base to get their support.
Unlike Boy Jorge and Poppy,who only reached out to the international banker base.
I,personally,think he did a bang-up job of walking THAT tightrope. A SMART businessman focuses on the possible,and ignores the impossible. This is what he did.