At the time of the election, I could not vote. If I could have, I don’t know who I would have voted for, but I know I would not have voted for Donald Trump. I do not agree with him on many political issues, and I didn’t want him to be the man to represent our entire country.
After the election, there was a lot of outrage that Donald Trump had been elected President. Many people around me said that they hope he fails and that they hope he will be the worst president our nation has ever seen. I understand the outrage that people were facing over his victory, but why would anyone want the nation to fail?
I don’t have high expectations for Trump’s presidency. I believe that our nation will make small steps in some area, but will take giant leaps backward in many others. I do not think he will be a good president, but I do not believe he will be the worst we have ever seen, or will ever see. But I truly hope that he proves me and all other skeptics wrong.
I hope he leads our nation forward, improves the economy, and improves the lives of every American across the country. I hope he does everything he can to make America great for everyone: people of other races, religions, sects, nationalities, orientations, genders.
Mr. Trump, for the good of our nation, I seriously hope you can prove me wrong.