Trump will be Trump. Do you agree with his message?
President-Elect Donald Trump has had a wild week. His transition to The White House is running at full speed, and both Republicans and Democrats are finding things to question.
Is Trump’s transition to power different or is this normal after an eight-year sitting President leaves office?
Here are a few of the highlights of Trump’s week:
-He nominated South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley as Ambassador to the United Nations. Haley supported Marco Rubio during the Republican Presidential Primaries, and her selection is raising eyebrows.
-Trump appears to be backing off of a campaign statement about prosecuting Hillary Clinton. This one is tricky, and divisive, as Democrats somehow think that Hillary is innocent while Republicans, along with most of America, hope to see her behind bars. Here’s the thing: there are at least four Congressional Investigations underway, and five FBI investigations. Will Trump be able to stop the momentum, even as President?
-Trump nominated Jeff Sessions as Attorney General, and Democrats are alleging that he is racist. No one is surprised as they believe everyone is racist, except for them.
-Retired Lieutenant General Robert Flynn has been nominated as National Security Advisor. Flynn has been highly critical of radical Islam, and Democrats allege that he is also a racist. No shock there.
-Betsy DeVos has been nominated as Education Secretary. She is an advocate of school vouchers and also of Common Core. Everyone is finding something to complain about.
Lastly, President-Elect Trump recorded the following Thanksgiving Message. Will it bring unity?
“It is my prayer, that on this Thanksgiving, we begin to heal our divisions and move forward as one country, strengthened by a shared purpose and very, very common resolve,” Trump said. “We have just finished a long and bruising political campaign. Emotions are raw and tensions just don’t heal overnight. It doesn’t go quickly, unfortunately, but we have before us the chance now to make history together to bring real change to Washington, real safety to our cities, and real prosperity to our communities, including our inner cities. So important to me, and so important to our country. But to succeed, we must enlist the effort of our entire nation.”