Donald Trump is stepping in it again. He has been Twitter blasting other people, yet offering them “great support.” However, there is a serious problem with his tweets.
The Iranian people need to know that the American president lies on an average of nine times a day, so they should take what Trump says with a huge block of salt. They might see support from the U.S., or not:
‘Such respect for the people of Iran as they try to take back their corrupt government. You will see great support from the United States as the appropriate time!’
When Trump tweets the Iranians, he forgets that he is not popular. That is not only true in the United States, it is true throughout the world. Many world leaders and American psychiatrists believe he is mentally disturbed. Those mental health professionals even wrote a book about it.
The Iranian leaders could come down on their citizens even harder than they already are, believing that the sitting president here will drop the nuclear treaty with their country, or even worse, invade Iran.
The other issue with Trump’s tweets is that the Iranians rose up across their country, because their nation’s elites did not let the money that had been frozen by the U.S. trickle down. This is another example of the Trickle Down theory not working. Americans should heed Iran’s leaders’ mistakes.
When Trump writes these tweets, he may not be encouraging the people. Instead, he may cause them to unite against the U.S. These people are willing to risk arrest and even death to protest their government hoarding the newly freed money. Yet, the man in the Oval Office may cause them to turn toward their government instead of against it.
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