The bold part? Picture North Korea but as a Western nation, starring Kim-Jong Drumpf as a caricature of NK's despotic ruler.
No, Trump is many things but he is no Kim Jong Un. Kim Jong Un does what he wants and has those assassinated who don't back him. Government bureaucracy isn't that big of an issue in North Korea since one guy is in charge and he appoints everybody else to all the high positions and the Workers' Party of Korea isn't going to dispute Kim because they know better. Donald Trump on the other hand has enough trouble getting legislation passed even though his own party controls both the house and senate. I think he still hasn't filled all the positions in his cabinet. A lot of people have quit or have been fired from the White House over the last 18 months. Donald Trump quickly learned that running a bureaucratic government is not the same as running a business. In that sense, what's going on with Trump isn't really all that different than other modern US Presidents. However, one big difference is there is a geopolitical shift going on in the world right now, though it would have happened wether Trump was President or not.
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