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5 Reasons Why World Feel Insecure after Donald Trump Win

WASHINGTON: Donald Trump has become 45th president of the United States on Tuesday but world reacted in a very different way to the Trump victory, with fear, insecurity and concerns.

The only reason behind all these fears is nothing but Donald Trump’s election campaign. US billionaire will move to White House in January but as custodian and final authority of US nuclear arsenal Trump taken as a child who entitled to something big than his abilities.

People around the globe are not questioning his administrative skills as he is running many businesses especially casinos from decades, but it’s his attitude which is more in question after his US president election campaign.

Below is the list of five different factor which present Donald Trump as villain to others, including considerable numbers of Americans.

Irresponsible Behaviour

An American architect Phil Lazarus, setteled in Singapore described it while recalling his memories and fellow travelers concerns about George W. Bush election as US president back in 2004.

“I responded, ‘Hey, look, we have rock and roll, cheeseburgers and Chevrolets. America’s not that bad, it’s just this one dude,’” said Lazarus.

Expats are representatives for their country, he continued. “If Donald Trump is elected, that’s going to be the first thing that people will think about when they meet me,” he said and it is now a fact that Mr Trump is in charge.

“Looking at the ham-fisted way Trump deals with issues, his complete lack of diplomacy, his attention-grabbing buffoonery, it scares me to death,” he said. “If that’s what America is, I don’t want to be that. I don’t disagree with him on all the issues, but he embarrasses me,” Lazarus added.

Attitude

What happened during election campaign is not perceived negatively by the world but American feel it the same way.

“It’s been a crazy, unprofessional election with too much mudslinging and no mutual respect,” said Joe Nguyen, senior vice president of Asia Pacific for ComScore. “It’s been very un-American. I’m embarrassed.”

Racism

Donald Trump during his US president campaign speeches targeted others too often, especially Muslims, living in US as American citizen or in their home countries around the globe.

It is a fact that our words driven by our thoughts and our actions are motivated and driven by our words. This fact show that the words spoken by Donald Tump during his campaign will turn into actions and then there is nothing but a more racist society, an unsafe place for every person on globe, no matter he is with Trump or against Trump.

Thrust for More

It is not a sin, if a person want to get somewhere better by his efforts but if one try and insist to get more deep despite others warn him about his wrong doings then it can be nothing but a thrust for more, no matter right or wrong. This is where problem came in and people who depend on such person feel insecure and vulnerable.

William Gilchrist, a 32-year-old businessman from Chicago, said he feels a “personal sense of shame” at how far Trump has come in this election cycle.

“I get a lot of, ‘I’m sorry, dude,’ from non-Americans,” said Gilchrist with a laugh. “For most of us expats, we thought it was hilarious that Trump was even running for president. But what’s really embarrassing and frightening is how far he’s gotten. This isn’t a joke anymore.”

Character

Donald Trump living a lush life with his third wife and third child but questions raised by many women worked with him in the past indicate many things to be concerned.

There is lot to discuss but we limit us to the only one came from a US citizen, not an ordinary person but a Journalist who know lot of celebrities, their personal lives and lot more which matter to understand about a person.

Natasha Stoynoff writes that, in late 2005, she was working on a feature story for People about Donald and Melania Trump’s first wedding anniversary, and traveled to the Mar-a-Lago estate to interview the couple.

While Trump was giving her a tour of the house, Stoynoff writes, he brought her to one room, shut the door, “and within seconds, he was pushing me against the wall, and forcing his tongue down my throat.”

Though Trump’s butler soon interrupted to tell them they had to go to the interview, she writes, after the butler left again the mogul continued to make his advances while they were seated waiting for the “very pregnant” Melania:

“You know we’re going to have an affair, don’t you?” [Trump] declared, in the same confident tone he uses when he says he’s going to make America great again. “Have you ever been to Peter Luger’s for steaks? I’ll take you. We’re going to have an affair, I’m telling you.” He also referenced the infamous cover of the New York Post during his affair with Marla Maples. “You remember,” he said. “Best Sex I Ever Had.”

After the story came in public, Trump himself tweeted a denial:

“Why didn’t the writer of the twelve year old article in People Magazine mention the “incident” in her story. Because it did not happen!”

But this is what the writer already mentioned in her story. Stroynoff writes that she didn’t mention the incident in the story both because she “was ashamed” and “minimized” what Trump did, and because she “was afraid that a famous, powerful, wealthy man could and would discredit and destroy me.”

First Published at PakistanTribe.com

The writer can be reached @MShahid_Abbasi