Reports say diplomats from Europe, Middle East, Latin America and Asia ‘join forces to complain to US officials about Donald Trump’ . . .
The British Daily Mail reports that US officials claim foreign diplomats have made rare show of unity. Allies usually avoid meddling in US domestic politics even privately. But ‘many have expressed concern at Donald Trump’s xenophobia’.
‘As the (Trump) rhetoric has continued, and in some cases amped up, so, too, have concerns by certain leaders around the world,’ said one of the officials.
The three officials declined to disclose a full list of countries whose diplomats have complained, but two said they included at least India, South Korea, Japan and Mexico.
As the American business, entertainment and realty mogul, Donald Trump, is on track to win the Republican nomination for the White House race, all these oppositions to Trump’s rhetorics and the so-called Trump’s xenophobia are in ascendance.
I think that all these diplomats, foreign government leaders and officials should stop meddling in U.S. presidential politics. And may be face the screwed up politics and geopolitics in their own countries.
The onus is on the American voters themselves to decide whether and if business mogul Donald Trump will become U.S. President Donald Trump.
I can assure my readers that all these meddling and unnecessary brouhaha coming Trump’s way is, instead of hurting his race, is rather helping his race towards the North Portico of the White House on 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington DC.
Americans and only Americans can decide who will become their president – not any diplomat, world leader or antagonist. Why the gang up against Trump? Is he telling the truth or lying? Is Trump exposing the hidden in the open? Or is he bringing to the open once hibernated truths about trying to make America great again?
If Donald Trump is not genuine or not saying what the average American feels or would like to propagate, then how come his numbers keep racking up on each caucus campaign stop in America? Are the numbers and figures coming from the Trump campaign organization?
Donald Trump is probably on his way to claim the U.S. Republican Presidential nomination ticket for a run to the White House. Why is he winning? Jeb Bush, the once “anointed” GOP candidate couldn’t stop the Trump train in its tracks – can the Democrat, Hilary Clinton?
Honestly, I have tried to analyze Donald Trump’s political fame, political appeal, electric popularity and high ratings in the race for the state caucuses in America and I couldn’t fault his ascendancy nor explain why he keeps racking up the numbers from one caucus to another with minor setbacks.
As a backup, just like computer users try to back up their files and information/data, may be everybody, including the antagonistic Washington diplomats and world leaders should prepare and back up their minds and prepare for the worst case scenario, incase Donald Trump wins the U.S. Republican Presidential nomination.
Speaking at the Asean Economic Summit in California, President Barack Obama was asked by a reporter about Mr Trump and Obama said: “Republican Donald Trump will not be president because it’s a ‘serious job’. I continue to believe that Mr Trump will not be president. And the reason is because I have a lot of faith in the American people.” said Mr Obama.
Photo: U.S. President Barack Obama
The electorate will not pick him, said Mr Obama, because “they recognize that being president is a serious job.”
“It’s not hosting a talk show or a reality show, it’s not promotion, it’s not marketing, it’s hard. It’s not a matter of pandering and doing whatever will get you in the news on a given day.”
Mr Trump responded by saying it was a compliment to be criticized by a president who had done so much “damage to the country.”
That was vintage Donald Trump.
Mr. Obama has just one vote. He is just one American voter. Barack Obama will cast just one vote against Republican Presidential candidate, Donald Trump, during the U.S. presidential polls – if Trump wins the GOP nomination – and nothing more.
I doubt if Mr. Obama’s sharp rhetoric and criticism hurt Trump any way. Since Mr. Obama’s hard knock on Trump, Trump has gone ahead to win, I think, two more GOP state caucuses. There is no stopping Donald Trump!
Photo: The White House | 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington DC., USA
To be candid, a President Donald Trump in the White House may not hurt after all.
By Nnamdi Ebo
MM Treatise | Trump race