I have, in the past, been critical of presumptive nominee Donald Trump. See the link above. This late in the game it could be I’m beginning to see the light. For one, this candidate shows resilience, a quality lacking in many. Of course, resilience can’t be the sole basis for an administration. A candidate needs to bring something positive. Something forward-thinking. I may have found just that thing.
At a time when American education compares dismally with lesser nations, Donald Trump may bring salvation. His experience in the field speaks well for what he can do for our system of education. History resounds with his accomplishments:
Trump University LLC (formerly the Trump Wealth Institute; later named Trump Entrepreneur Initiative LLC) was an American for-profit education company that ran a real estate training program from 2005 until at least 2010.
This is the kind of thing that will make America great again. Mr. Trump’s entrepreneurship simultaneously accomplished where our current system has failed:
- Provided practical training that produced immediate employment opportunities.
- Did not feed at the public trough.
- Operated at a profit.
Imagine what he will be able to accomplish in office.
Of course, there are detractors. Some have complained, largely those lacking the personal skills to put into practice what they have learned. Some have sued. Did somebody mention “sour grapes?”
In matters such as this is where Donald Trump shows his true mettle. His vast experience in the world of business has taught him how to respond to underhanded attacks by exposing the mendacity of his detractors. “He is a Mexican!”
(CNN)—A spokeswoman for Donald Trump on Monday continued a line of criticism launched by Trump about a California judge who is overseeing a fraud case against him. She also suggested that the judge’s Hispanic heritage and membership in a Latino lawyers association would affect his ability to judge the case.The criticism comes days after Trump himself said at a rally that U.S. District Court Judge Gonzalo Curiel “happens to be, we believe, Mexican,” criticizing him for scheduling a trial for the suit against Trump University in November.
And that should be the end of that.