My Three Questions for Donald Trump

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My Three Questions for Donald Trump

One of the jobs of a per­son prac­tic­ing jour­nal­ism is to ask ques­tions. As a per­son who both is cov­er­ing the GOP pri­mary & vot­ing in it there are three basic ques­tions that I wish to ask.

1. You have talked about your abil­ity to make deals as a qual­i­fi­ca­tion to be pres­i­dent, since a pres­i­dent has to del­e­gate such things how will you choose the peo­ple who will actu­ally do the nego­ti­a­tions for you and how will you make sure career bureau­crats will fol­low though?

2. You have men­tioned the effect of money in pol­i­tics & that when you gave you expected favors. If you are elected pres­i­dent how will you counter those who give that kind of money to the mem­bers of con­gress who will be vot­ing on the laws you wish to pass or repeal?

3. There are sev­eral strong con­ser­v­a­tives you have records fight­ing for Con­ser­v­a­tive causes, both polit­i­cal, fis­cal & social and wear the scars from doing so such as Ted Cruz, Rick San­to­rum, Scott Walker and Rand Paul. What is the incen­tive for a con­ser­v­a­tive sup­porter of one of these can­di­dates to vote for you and how will you prove that once you’ve “made the deal” to be pres­i­dent your con­ser­v­a­tive argu­ment will still remain and you won’t, for exam­ple, appoint Supreme Court Jus­tices who sup­port Roe v Wade?

If Mr. Trump wants my vote in the pri­mary I’ll need the answers to these questions.

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One of the jobs of a person practicing journalism is to ask questions.  As a person who both is covering the GOP primary & voting in it there are three basic questions that I wish to ask.

1.  You have talked about your ability to make deals as a qualification to be president, since a president has to delegate such things how will you choose the people who will actually do the negotiations for you and how will you make sure career bureaucrats will follow though?

2.  You have mentioned the effect of money in politics & that when you gave you expected favors.  If you are elected president how will you counter those who give that kind of money to the members of congress who will be voting on the laws you wish to pass or repeal?

3.  There are several strong conservatives you have records fighting for Conservative causes, both political, fiscal & social and wear the scars from doing so such as Ted Cruz, Rick Santorum, Scott Walker and Rand Paul.  What is the incentive for a conservative supporter of one of these candidates to vote for you and how will you prove that once you’ve “made the deal” to be president your conservative argument will still remain and you won’t, for example, appoint Supreme Court Justices who support Roe v Wade?

If Mr. Trump wants my vote in the primary I’ll need the answers to these questions.

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The only pay I get for this work comes from you. If you think this is of value I ask you to kick in and help me reach my monthly goal $1834 a month or Twenty Two grand a year.

I’d appreciate it if you would hit DaTipJar




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