Trump is the kind of person who will follow through with an absolutely terrible idea because it's his idea and he won't let anyone deter him, he can cause real damage.
Perhaps, but what if it is a good idea?
Also, I pointed out that he wouldn't become King (despite what Obama has been trying), he has to deal with Congress and the SCOTUS.
It's possible, but to be honest what are his good ideas? All I've heard is general mud-slinging and policy proposals that have been all over the map.
Yes I have... I also have considered that a whole lot of Americans are tired of the same-old, same-old...
At some point, people get sick of it and want change... and not the "hope and change variety" which is what we got with Obama, and nothing changed.
Well Obama did achieve health care reform, but I think the lesson of Obama is the opposition can just decide en-mass to politicize everything, cooperate on nothing, and the President gets the blame.
CEO is a very different skillset than President.
So... leading a very large company of many diverse people... is very different than leading a very large nation of many diverse people?
I have to disagree, I think they are a very compatible skill set. Leadership is leadership, be it in the military, a company, or a nation...
No one can do it all themselves, you must be able to build groups of people up and get them to work together. This is true in the military, in companies, and in nations.
Right now we're a nation divided, nothing Obama says is anything but dividing in nature.
Trump may well kick out half the illegals, then put the other half to work.
I don't know what Obama you're listening to but he doesn't actually do much that's divisive. As evidence a lot of the major political complaints (easy on illegals, easy on terror, anti-Christian, etc) are demonstrably false.
Either way even Obama does offend he does it as a side effect, Trump offends on purpose, that's not a healthy characteristic for a leader.
As for the CEO, they've got a lot more unilateral power, they aren't fighting factions in the company the same way a President would be. I think that's a lot of Trump's flaw, he's used to saying "I'm the boss, so do it my way" and when that doesn't work he basically throws a tantrum. But a President can't run government that way, a Trump presidency would just be a stream of tantrums.
And back to Trump, have you considered the possibility that his behaviour is just some early manifestation of senile dementia?
It is a fair point... No, it isn't insulting, it is a real concern. Of course, it would also be real for Hillary and Biden as well.
Possibly, but neither are acting erratic (at least no more than when they were younger). Trump is, I think there's a substantial probability that within 5 years he'll be in steep cognitive decline.