Jesse J. Lewis, Sr.
There is a strong possibility that Donald Trump can get more done in Washington D.C. than Hillary Clinton. There are two reasons for this: first, the Republicans control the House and the Senate; second, the Republicans in the House and Senate are afraid of Donald Trump. They realize that if Donald Trump does not get what he is asking for, he will make a special effort to ensure that they are not re-elected.
Every week, for the next four years, there will be some type of issue regarding Donald Trump. My guess is that one of these issues would be impeachment rumors, discussions, and threats.
Donald Trump just settled an issue regarding Trump University for $25 million dollars. The other issue that he may be confronted with is all of the contractors that he has not paid over the years, plus advisors and staff members coming together to file suit against him.
Just recently, Chris Collins criticized Trump’s possible nomination of Mitt Romney as Secretary of State by calling Romney a “self-serving ego maniac.” California Secretary of State Alex Padilla sent out a tweet in response to a series of tweets made by Donald Trump regarding voter fraud stating, “It appears that Mr. Trump is troubled by the fact that a growing majority of Americans did not vote for him. His unsubstantiated allegations of voter fraud in California and elsewhere are absurd. His reckless tweets are inappropriate and unbecoming of a President-elect.”
Here are a few of the issues that Donald Trump will also face on a weekly basis. Yet to come is a suit filed by one or more of the women that he allegedly sexually harassed, revelations about a personal relationship with Vladmir Putin, and last but not least, how he will use the influence of his office as President of the United States to help his children secure business both locally and internationally.