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The Importance Of An Advisor To The President

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If I was an advisor to The President, I would make several suggests that I feel would be able to be taken into consideration or perhaps even used. Even though, the way that I feel about the current president of the United States may change how I would express myself and advise him on the current situation which we are facing today. First, being The President of the United States is and should be valued as a great honor and privilege, you are measured superior to all. You are supposed to be making the best decisions for all. The country you are running is and also your number one priority. Yes, I know that all decisions will never seem fair to everyone. However, the comments that are make against different religions, races, genders and…show more content…
Normally, if a President has an issues or needs to make a statement this is not the way it is gone about. I have never seen a president who has time to take to twitter when wanting to address things.
There are comments that were being made by Trump that have made matters worse. He needs to try to be more of a solution then create more of a problem. Americans are already faced with trying times.
Trump has stated during his speech in Alabama “wouldn’t you love to see one of these NFL owners, when somebody disrespect our flag, to say get that son of a b****** off the field right now. He’s fired. He’s fired.” (Trump 2016) After, Trump made this statement more football player began to take a knee during the anthem. There is a way as President of The United States to speak or address the citizens of the U.S, and this way that you decided to voice yourself is not the best way. Not everyone is disagreeing with the way President Trump handles the issues that we are facing. I think that these players are standing together in what they believe in and knowing what is not right and continues to get worse with the system working against certain people. Numerous foreign-born individuals have been convicted or implicated in terrorism-related crimes since September 11, 2001, including foreign nationals who entered the United States after receiving visitor, student, or employment visas, or who entered through the United States refugee resettlement program. Deteriorating
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