Recently, after Trump's inauguration, I had had several questions put "on hold", for example:
- What drove this U.K rant? Regarding an explicit racism [closed]
- What exactly is Trump's economic policy, and is it consistent with his previous statements? [closed]
The 2nd question is literally asking the question in the title.
However, How could Trump leave office?, seems to me an opinion-based question, remains open. Isn't that above question insinuating "Because I don't like Trump, what kind strategy is available?" Am I wrong here?
Are people insinuating that this site is none of the business of non-Americans?
Or, are you deliberately choosing which is right and which is correct per your preference.
Or did this site choose amongst turmoil in your very country to choose Trump side?
Okay, here is the question. I am actually perplexed about this which lead to my my posting question 2. This article "Abe-Trump Meeting May Yield Clues On Trump’s Trade Vision" says your President and our PM had a good time at a golf course and they had a nice "High Five".
Hadn't that very president just only 2 weeks earlier "condemned" the Japanese Auto makers? What is the point of his statement?
If the scope of my question is too broad, isn't it because Trump himself does not have any detailed plan on economics??
Do you even say after reading this article "Trump's plan to declare victory on the economy", in which the writer says,
Bogus economic data can be used to justify new policies that might appeal to Trump personally—and appease his populist supporters—while failing to address real economic problems and even damaging the economy.
...that my 2nd question is opinion-based?
What you are saying is that that writer is too opinion-based.
He even says:
and appease his populist supporters—while failing to address real economic problems and even damaging the economy.
Appeasing the supporters? Could you tell me what this means. The time when I asked the question, I didn't know exactly what his administration's economic policy is.
If I can not cite news articles, would the only way be for me to ask Trump aides directly???
So...since the chat was deleted, I remember that one commentator saying that -- "you should wait, This administration has just begun. Even the Obama administration needed 1 month to roll out their economic policy" ( Not exactly word by word, since --- I can not find the chat discussion -- ). Now, it's been 2 months waiting to find out what this administration's point on economics is, is there anything? Pooof...