Another reason why the “we should have a businessman in charge” line is such crap. Not everything is neatly reduced to dollar values. Want proof? Ask yourself how much money you would take to kill someone you truly care about. Ask me how much you’d pay for my son. no quantity could possibly interest me. The question itself presents as absurd. There’s a paper (I forget the name of) that formalizes the notion of how these tactics are part of the conservative agenda and are used to deprive subsequent progressive governments of making large-scale reforms.
And on top of that, if we’re purely looking at the facts, Trump is quite possibly the worst “businessman” in the history of the business. Long story short, he inherited $400,000,000 from his father, lost it all, and then owed money due to ridiculous business ventures that crashed and burned. Like a reverse Midas, everything he touches turns to shit. Do we really need to see his tax returns when his credit was so bad that no American bank would lend to him anymore? He had to go to Deutsche bank to be bankrolled by Russians to get any money.
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