What will happen if Donald Trump really wins? What will his days be like as the President of America? Let’s go through some of the things that can happen, if Trump sits on the throne.
As mirror.co.uk states it’s not news that Trump has publicly announced building a wall between North America and Mexico.
He is also keen on keeping out the Muslims from US temporarily until he figures out what is going on with ISIS and how it will affect US.
He was quick to announce during his campaigns that all undocumented immigrants with criminal records will be ousted. A number which he estimated as 2 million people, reports telegraph.co.uk.
According to The American Action Forum if such immigration laws come into action it will cost federal government from £326billion to £490billion.
US labor force will be down by 11 million and reduce the real GDP by £1.3 trillion.
Telegraph.co.uk states that Trump’s mindset is “America first” when it comes to foreign policy. He would only participate in those fights that were in America’s self interest and where clear, definable victory was achievable.
Trump has announced that US should be unpredictable in their foreign policy to avoid being taken advantage of.
Along with that, allies will be put under various conditions, such as paying more for US protection, if they want to continue the support they are getting from US.
Meanwhile, Trump wants to form a stronger bond between Russia and China.
Energy and the environment
A bad news for environmentalists, Trump has announced that he is planning to cancel billions of dollars in payments to UN for various climate change programs.
Further, Trump said that the money will be used to build more infrastructures in the US.
Trade and economy
Bragging about his successful business career and setting up the slogan of “Make America Great Again”, Trump is all set to narrow down America’s free trade relations.
According to mirror.co.uk, he promises to create more jobs in the States and accuses that China, Mexico and Japan are stealing the jobs right now.
Trump would renegotiate the North American Free Trade agreement with Canada and Mexico. And since he is so in disagreement with Tran-Pacific Partnership, he would probably nullify any trade agreements made with the 12 countries, says telegraph.co.uk.
When it comes to this topic, Trump needs no introductions. Trump has been always surrounded by allegations and controversies from the very start for his highly sexual and inappropriate comments about women.
Only recently has Trump realized the strength of the female vote, says mirror.co.uk.
Comments like “If Ivanka weren’t my daughter, perhaps I’d be dating her”, finding breastfeeding disgusting, and “a person who is flat-chested is very hard to be a 10” are certainly a matter of concern about women rights under Trump rule.
A controversial topic indeed and Trump’s opinion about this seems have been to and fro.
Once declaring “there has to be some form of punishment” for those women who undergo the procedure while at another time stating he was pro-choice and he actually doesn’t hate Planned Parenthood, as per mirror.co.uk.
Another topic in which Trumps’s opinion change a lot is LGBT.
According to mirror.co.uk, after the wedding of Sir Elton John and David Furnish, Trump tweeted: “If two people dig each other, they dig each other.”
But during his campaign he has also stated marriage should be between a man and a woman and states should not be forced to recognize same-sex couples.
On the other hand, when North Carolina issued the law that transgender individuals will have to use bathroom facilities corresponding to their birth gender, Trump expressed his disagreement.
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