Did they do a terrible job though or make a minor mistake if you take everything into account, considering safety first, not money? Do the people need to take any responsibility for themselves? If Trump says something is great, like a restaurant let's say, and some people go to that restaurant because of that, but get food poisoning along with everyone else eating there that particular night, whenever it happens to be, is that Trumps fault? If it is, how much fault is his, and should he apologize to those people, or should it all fall on the restaurant itself?
I agree Trump would have had a general idea of what to expect as a President if he won, but it's said that it's just as possible he thought he didn't stand a chance of winning. Even knowing what he may run into with a win, do you really think he was anticipating anything close to what's transpired? Did anyone, other than his opposition, maybe? If someone started a war with America today, would they really anticipate the use of nuclear weapons? Sure, that's possible since they exist, but it's unbelievably unlikely.
Well with a country of over 300 million people minor mistakes can fuck over a lot of people. Yeah people make mistakes on the job and most people are not expecting advisors and cabinet members to be perfect but they still ought to eb held to a high standard because their jobs have a big impact on our lives. As for the restraunt example I think thats a poor one because the restraunt Trump does not run but he runs the White House. For example if we look at the HUD secretary Ben Carson. He's a doctor with no experience in housing or government and some might say that the white house has doen a bad job in this department. Now who's fault is this? I'd blame Trump and the Senate because they hired a doctor to run housing an durban development. If you owned a pizzeria and needed a cook you wouldnt hire a mechanic.
He poured millions of his own money into the race so i'm sure he thought he had a chance to win. No I don't think anyone can be truly prepared to be President but the guy has been President for almost 3 years no so I think that excuse can't be used anymore.
Trump doesn't run the restaurant and he doesn't run the weather networks, yet he's to blame for weather related comments but not food related?
I'm an electrician who grew up on a farm and I'm certainly a better mechanic then my tiny local garage partners. Those guys lost my business a long time ago because it took them forever to figure out anything and dared try to charge me for the full amount of their time. Good thing they have certificates and a title though because that automatically makes them better at their job then anyone else period, I guess. A good friend of mine is a better mechanic no doubt however, so expected performance due to a certain title doesn't guarantee anything.
Sure it can. Just because you, being you, triggers certain people, doesn't necessarily justify their actions. What happened to allowing people to be themselves? Isn't expecting people to present themselves in a certain way, oppressive? Where is or should that line be drawn? Can it ever move? Who decides and when?