I hope that President Trump pays much more attention to the imminent threat of Global Warming after what happened in Houston. Hurricanes Harvey and Irma and the other brewing in the Caribbean are the worst ever. The terrible attack of Mother Nature on Houston, the oil capital of the world, is a clear message that should motivate President Trump to reconsider his rash withdrawal from the Paris Environmental Accord.
I hope that President Trump pays more attention to the human tragedies of immigration than to the erection of very expensive walls that will not solve but further intensify the underlying human problem
I hope that President Trump reinforces U.S. bonds with our Asian allies in the confrontation with North Korea, rather than criticizing trade agreements with South Korea
I hope that President Trump stops trying to run the country or decide the fate of the world with the help of 4-5 a.m. twits.
I hope that President Trump stops acting as if he still were a real estate businessman rather than the president of the United States
I hope that President Trump had the elegance of not trying to run the U.S. government with the help of his family. This country has more than 300 million people, many very talented
I hope that President Trump does not listen to Tom Shannon and acts vigorously in Latin America, where a transnational criminal gang financed by Venezuelan oil money has been trying to create a Latin America in the Cuban mold.
I hope that President Trump stops harassing Germany and other European allies, at a time in which the U.S. needs, more than ever before, the cooperation of the European Union
I hope that President Trump selects and dismisses his top collaborators in a different way to the one he used in his TV show
I hope that president Trump realizes that the presidency of the United States is not a trophy to be added to his real state exploits but a great and sacred responsibility that calls for greatness and not for the exercise of strategies common to the business world. In his book: “The Art of the Deal we read: “The final key to the way I promote is bravado. I play to people's fantasies. People may not always think big themselves but they can get very excited by those who do. That is why a little hyperbole never hurts. People want to believe that something is the biggest, the greatest and the most spectacular.” This is, perhaps, good real state thinking but not advisable when talking about what to do to North Korea.
For the sake of future generations, I hope that the world can survive this presidency.