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Making the headlines
The sitting president, Donald Trump knows how to create headlines. And in case you missed it, Donald Trump is set to occupy the oval office for his second period. In fact, Mr. Trump was so sure of it that he filed the paperwork to run in 2020’s election the very same day he was inaugurated. The question is, does he stand a chance to remain in office?
Well, this is where the opinions and metrics used makes a huge difference. According to a recent poll, nearly 60% of the American population doesn’t like to see Donald Trump be re-elected. However, political experts disagree and claim that to determine the best odds for re-election, is to look at the consumer confidence in the economy. Now, take this into consideration, Mr. Trump took office with higher consumer confidence, then the Obama administration left with. But, will this measuring stick be an accurate one when it comes to Mr. Trump?
Ticking all boxes
So that you know, the criteria a person need to fulfill to run for the presidency in the U.S is not that hard to meet. Also, they have remained the same since George Washington was president in 1789. So what are the qualifications a person need to have you might ask?
- A natural born citizen of the United States.
- A resident
withinthe United States for 14 years.
- 35 years of age or older.
Sadly, these general guidelines apply to most countries in the world. So basically you need to be popular/famous, or not, depends on how much money and support you have. And of course the urge to rule over people.
Tweet’s like a Boss
Tweeting, or shall we say, Tweet’s that raises our eyebrows have become synonymous with Mr. Trump. Where he has produced marvels like this.
“to President of the United States (on my first try). I think that would qualify as not smart, but genius….and a very stable genius at that!” – Donald Trump.
“After having written many best selling books, and somewhat priding myself on my ability to write, it should be noted that the Fake News constantly likes to pore over my tweets looking for a mistake. I capitalize certain words only for emphasis, not b/c they should be capitalized!” – Donald Trump.
And sometimes there is a need to capitalize all letters, as we see in numerous tweets from the President.
Bet on the President
That’s right, as soon as something big makes the headline you can count on the bookies to add odds on it, to its novelty/special/political section. And it’s true in this case as well. Currently, there are many bets you can place that are in correlation with the President of US, like US Presidential Election – Next President, Time Person of the Year 2019, Republicans US Presidential Election 2020, and much more.
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