There have been countless occasions where Donald Trump has either said or done things which are racist. But what if he was just a spoiled child refusing to grow up?
From attacking the parents of an American war hero just because they are Muslim, to wanting to build a wall between the U.S. and Mexico and to refusing to sublet apartments to the Blacks – Donald Trump has done it all and more.
So, it is only natural that a great number of people of his nation perceive him as a racist, reports Huffington Post, and unfit to be handed the keys to the oval office.
But according to a currently trending video on Facebook, Trump is nothing but a spoiled child who is looking for attention because that is what he was always taught growing up.
The video starts by comparing Trump to that naughty child on an airplane who wouldn’t stop kicking the back of the seat of the one sitting in front of him.
“Stop trying to pin the rise of Donald Trump on easy targets like racism, xenophobia, and fetal alcohol syndrome, and put the blame where it belongs – in the Self Esteem Movement”, claims the video.
So what is this so-called self-esteem movement?
The video explains that it is one of the things that kids nowadays are being taught to believe – that they are the best at everything, without actually having the talent or the desired qualification to be best at anything.
It is also something that Trump suffers from apparently, and that is the reason that he claims to do everything better than everyone out there.
Even though the video might be paraphrasing a bit, it cannot be denied that Trump has always claimed that whether it comes to building walls, being the “job President”, knowing the system, taking down ISIS or loving the Holy Bible – he does it the best.
“We’re number one in thinking we’re number one”, says the video, drawing a parallel between Trump and most of the youth in America.
So will people be voting for a spoiled child to be the next President of the United States?
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