September 18, 2019
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By Da’ Ron Frost
Opinion Editor

As you all know, egotistical, arrogant, misinformed, racist, misogynistic bully Donald Trump was elected the next president of the United States of America.
Now that Trump won the election, I have to accept a man with no prior political experience to lead this country for the next four years, as if everything we know about him was not already bad enough.
I hope Trump doesn’t ruin America. We are, at this point, simply counting on this man to not destroy the country. That’s the standard.
If Trump messes up America, at least I know it was not my fault. All the credit goes to the people who voted for him. Congratulations. I hope they take pride in their vote.
As a minority, I already go through a lot. It’s great that I have to depend on a racist to keep me safe in a country that was built on racism. Great job, America.
You would think after having Barack Obama, the first African-American to serve as president, this country would not vote for a man with racist leanings to follow him.
Trump supporters do not have the proper education to understand what that man stands for is socially right. According to CNN, 51 percent of Trump voters only have a high school degree, and 52 percent of his voters did not complete college.
For his supporters who believe Trump is going to “Make America Great Again,” what exactly does that mean? When was America great?
Should we bring back segregation? Not give women equality? Put Asians back in internment camps?
Please let me know, because I am confused.
Most disturbing, is that women voted for a man who consistently shows a lack of respect for them. An audiotape was released with Trump bragging about grabbing women by their private parts.
No apology was offered, but he dismissed his disgusting comments as “locker room talk.”
Even though Trump appears to be a horrible human being, America at least has to hope for the best. Not that people expect it, but they do not have any choice. It is a crappy feeling.
This country still has ways to go to be the nation that accepts all races and religions. We took a huge step back as a country, after taking a step forward with Obama in office.
Trump supporters did not want to see this country continue to change. If so, Hillary Clinton would have been elected the first woman president.
I just hope Trump does not ruin the country too much. If he does, at least we know which demographic is to blame, and that demographic cannot blame anyone but themselves.

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