The more furious mainstream media become at the notion a Trump empire sign will be attached to the White House in January of next year, the more disturbed the wailing of reporters and opinion merchants, the more gleeful the man’s fans.

‘Is he off his rocker’ bannered one notoriously left wing outfit. “Ha, ha” roared Trump’s evermore determined supporters, sniffing the smell of panic.

The officially endorsed Party of Lincoln’s candidate for POTUS will, his determined army of voters predicts, add the name Clinton to his growing list of toppled star power opponents, among them Governors, Senators and a world renowned paediatric neurosurgeon.

Millions of Americans, casually dismissed by the elites as not-smart-enough-for-university gun nuts remain determined to see their man place his hand on a Bible (thereby possibly admitting to the existence of a deity greater than he) swearing the Oath of presidential servitude, after which President Donald John Trump will stride into the Oval Office to begin a four year term as Commander in Chief of the world’s most powerful military and leader of the arguably still most influential nation on earth.

If you’re to believe Trump’s belittlers, Republican as well as Democrat, a madman will have the nuclear codes. A madman who has his name on more than 500 businesses, some of which he merely leases his name to. A madman who has created many thousands of jobs. A madman who promoted women to positions of great authority within his companies. A madman whose impressive children obviously adore and admire. Yet a madman to whom bankruptcy is merely an acceptable tool for revenue generation.

Madame Clinton in turn is largely awarded a pass by potentially vexatious media after an accusatory FBI Director stopped short of recommending a felony indictment in the middle of the election campaign. A majority of Americans told pollsters Clinton should have been indicted. The former Secretary of State admits to “making a mistake.”

Donald Trump is targeted for engaging in an unhealthy bromance with Russia’s President Putin. Meanwhile, according to the FBI, Hillary Clinton’s “mistake” may have served up U.S. state secrets to Putin’s hackers.

A POTUS Donald Trump can’t back away from his cornerstone commitment to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border and will have to confront another oft-repeated campaign promise, namely the constitutionally forbidden banning of Muslims from entering the United States “until we figure out what the hell is going on,” to quote the candidate directly.

We recently witnessed how explosive the Trumpian relationship with Muslims has the potential to become, as Trump, called out by Khizr Khan, the Pakistani-born father of Humayun Khan, a Muslim U.S. Army Captain who was killed by a terrorist bomb in Iraq, could somehow not bring himself to take the high road and thank both the father and mother of Captain Khan and express his condolences over their great loss.

Regardless of the constant upheaval of this presidential election, a New York university political science professor gives Donald Trump an 87% chance of defeating Hillary Clinton on November 8.

Should, on that night, American voters change Trump’s address from 725 5th Avenue, New York, New York, to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. it won’t just be Hillary Clinton joining Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio, John Kasich, Dr. Ben Carson and Canada-born Ted Cruz in the loser’s locker room. The place will be crowded as President Trump will add the names of all who publicly assailed and dismissed him. Look out Warren Buffett, Michael Bloomberg, Mark Cuban and the entire staffs of the NY Times, Washington Post, CNN, MSNBC and maybe even Fox News.

An American woman determined to vote on November 8, sent an email she permitted me to read on air, It ended “I need a change. I need a strong president. I need someone to come in a kick ass! If Trump is only half the man Ronald Reagan was, the US may be able to recover. I shudder thinking of another Democrat in power.”

How will this end? Well? How will it?

Written by: Roy Green

Providing a fresh perspective for Hamilton and Burlington

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