It seems that Donald Trump life revolves around models. He married thrice and always the girl was the model. Trump cared a lot less about the proper papers for employees at his modelling agency, Trump Model Management, where three former models said they and their peers came to the US on tourist visas and worked illegally. Sorry America, but you got trumped here.

The question is whether Trump’s voters — who profess to care deeply about immigration — care about models, many of them white and European, working on tourist visas. Similar revelations that Melania Trump, Trump’s wife, may have worked on a tourist visa during her days as a model failed to stir up much concern on the right. But not all Americans insane, plenty thinks America has committed a blunder.

Donald Trump winning the election has shocked the world, to say the least. People want to leave the USA and find suitable jobs somewhere else. However, what comes as a horror to most of the world may just prove to be beneficial to World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). It is important to note that Trump becomes the first WWE Hall of Famer to become President of the United States. Now he can shave the heads of other head of states too.

What a sorry, immature specimen of a human being. The US actually got trumped for next four years.

Still, dispositional personality traits may provide clues to a president’s decision-making style. Research suggests that extroverts tend to take high-stakes risks and that people with low levels of openness rarely question their deepest convictions.

Trump’s personality is certainly extreme by any standard, and particularly rare for a presidential candidate; many people who encounter the man—in negotiations or interviews or on a debate stage or watching that debate on television—seem to find him flummoxing.

Like George W. Bush and Bill Clinton (and Teddy Roosevelt, who tops the official extroversion list), Trump plays his role in an outgoing, exuberant, and socially dominant manner. He is a dynamo—driven, restless, unable to keep still.

When Barbara Walters asked Trump in 1987 whether he would like to be appointed the president of the United States, rather than having to run for the job, Trump said no: “It’s the hunt that I believe I love.”

What’s up to America? Are you serious?


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