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This writer isn’t part of the ‘global elite,’ but she’s concerned about President Trump

President Donald Trump speaks in the East Room of the White House in Washington.
President Donald Trump speaks in the East Room of the White House in Washington. AP

Regarding the “Global Elite” theory of Trump’s opposition, let me first say I can’t speak for the Global Elite, as I was never asked to join. You could probably contact them directly. I think they share the same PR firm as the Deep State.

So speaking for myself, let me tell you what I’m afraid of in President Trump. I’m afraid the mechanisms and relationships built over the past 70 years will fray, should other leaders fail to bow down to the Great One. We’ve already seen him on the world stage, and for the first time in my life I was ashamed of a U.S. president’s behavior. I’m afraid that a small slight to his ego will provoke him to crazier behavior, and on the world stage, that could mean nuclear. I’m afraid of having such incompetence in the Oval Office that he hands the military over the the generals, as he doesn’t want to take any responsibility in an area he knows nothing about (military school is not the same as being in the military, Dear Leader). I’m afraid that a man who has never had a boss doesn’t know how to serve others, and be responsible to them.

Diane Schlageter, Grover Beach

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