US President Trump is doing a fine job.
He does not need everyone’s constant approval and b+++ kissing; in fact, I usually find approval expressions to be counter productive to citizen oversight of any sitting president – even to the best of.
To those reading, the Executive Office still most definitely has most of America’s approval still. Low poll rating while presidency is underway, is noticeable in practically every modern day presidency (and I’ll explain why); so even if those polls are accurate, many of us discount them anyway.
Every president loses popularity because citizens expect a savior. And then they quickly become dissatisfied (unless their expectations are fair and based on reality). And, unless they recognize the achievement.
And for those who do not know our president’s character, he does not appreciate empty compliments and lavish praise. Rather, he welcomes and invites criticism. But, it must be fair and honest criticism. I am much like him. Americans are by in large historically politically dissatisfied people. And then in retrospect, they value what once was. A little bit of praise and encouragement goes a long way, when it is honest.
And, while I’m known perhaps to be short on compliments to any one who knows me personally (or less personally), I’ll post some of his accomplishments thus far.
America is one, to look back at accomplishments – to analyze, self reflect, and look back. And to praise achievement. Some people are perhaps not used to this kind of “cheer leading”, but it does help everyone to take stock on the legislative progress and to be generally grateful and generally satisfied people.
There will surely be many more domestic achievements to come in the
first term until the end of January 2025. It’s not for others to stand in the way of those strides. We give others their chance, and now it’s our turn. Obstructionists don’t like what they see as the bitter pill – they don’t like the majority rule (mandate) that took place in our Republic last year. The accomplishments will last well into future generations. So just stay away from insult terms like “racist”, “looney tunes”, more of the like, etc.
Be less judgmental of his style (those of you dissatisfied); and perhaps you will find your friends too, and your general happiness.