I think he should and alot of people say he didnt make no changes but I feel everything was already messed up before he got there. What do you think?Answer Question
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I actually think he will. I think the Republican party is too divided right now, they have too many different factions within the policy and it is often difficult to unseat an incumbent. As to my opinion of him, I would say that he seems to be a good man with some good ideas but he has to become more proactive, he has to communicate his plans better. In this country we seem to vote, in general, on appearances. Right now he gives the appearance of reacting rather than anticipating situations and taking the lead. Also he was elected in an over hyped hysteria of people who believed he was going to fix everything overnight. No human could live up to that. I don't care what party you are from. People are demanding and expect the president to be a god. He isn't, he has to work with congress and that can be a big challenge.
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