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Rohit Kumar , Working as a consultant, trying to explore th Nov, 18 2016

Can Trump be the right president for the Businesses and Entrepreneurs?



Trump has proved to be a good Businessman in the past. He knows the inside out of it, he created real money and real wealth over the period of time. Is it possible that under him america becomes more friendly towards entrepreneur and businesses. Can America be more capitalistic in nature under President Trump?
Trump has proved to be a good Businessman in the past. He knows the inside out of it, he created real money and real wealth over the period of time. Is it possible that under him america becomes more friendly towards entrepreneur and businesses. Can America be more capitalistic in nature under President Trump?

Vikram Sethi , Nov, 18 2016


Generous assessments of Trump's wealth suggest, had he not done a single deal and simply invested the money daddy gave him before and after his death, his net worth would actually be higher than it currently is. So, what makes for a good business mind how many deals you do or consider doing? Trump has failed with many businesses and some disastrously so. Besides a host of ethical issues in businesses he's been involved in or lent his name to, he's shown spectacularly poor judgement in a number of projects and investments.

His willingness to engage in controversy as a tool to selling his brand or making a buck, doesn't 't bode well for leadership let alone the highest office in the land. The bankruptcies don't show a disciplined or efficient approach to businesses. Or, they might just show, more than just being willing to take advantage of US law when needed, at some point it became part of his plan and was somehow expedient. It doesn't seem, that if a businessman were attractive for the Presidency, that this would be the one. There's simply too much downside - for starters, questionable deals, ethical issues, controversy, mismanagement, impulsiveness and poor judgement. Where are all the titans of industry singing his praises - their absence is just odd. Then, there are all the other things outside of business that don't recommend him for any public office. But his business history and style alone ought to be enough to show he is simply not qualified to be President.

Generous assessments of Trump's wealth suggest, had he not done a single deal and simply invested the money daddy gave him before and after his death, his net worth would actually be higher than it currently is. So, what makes for a good business mind how many deals you do or consider doing? Trump h


Salim , Nov, 18 2016


Dropping corporate tax down from 45% to 15% only adds to the dividends big business will pay itself - despite the theory that it stimulates investment. There is little evidence that it does much to generate jobs. Most of the manufacturing jobs have been lost to the computer and robots more than anything else. Leaves him with two choices in my view - and they were also those of Hitler. The first was reasonable building infrastructures roads, bridges, housing etc note mainly outdoor jobs not factory ones, and of course the ultimate cure for unemployment war.

Dropping corporate tax down from 45% to 15% only adds to the dividends big business will pay itself - despite the theory that it stimulates investment. There is little evidence that it does much to generate jobs. Most of the manufacturing jobs have been lost to the computer and robots more than anyt


Munish , Nov, 18 2016


Trump isn't a professional businessman in the sense of someone like Mitt Romney. Romney was a haircut in a suit, but his business experience was of the running a boardroom and making policy decisions type. Trump's not a professional businessman, he's a professional huckster. He's a used car salesman who also owns a chain of inexplicably successful coin operated car washes where the thing being cleaned is his money. He's essentially naked personal greed personified, and when you personify greed it looks an awful lot like a con man. The only difference between the used car salesman and Trump is that the financial shell game is being done with much bigger shells, and the ill fitting suit is more expensive now.

Trump isn't a professional businessman in the sense of someone like Mitt Romney. Romney was a haircut in a suit, but his business experience was of the running a boardroom and making policy decisions type. Trump's not a professional businessman, he's a professional huckster. He's a used car salesman


Varun ravikant , Work in the field of Agriculture and want to Nov, 18 2016


As we head into 2017, affordable health benefits are more than slipping away they are becoming non-existent. Less than 50% of small businesses offer health benefits and as these costs go up, this number is sure to get smaller. The Small Business Healthcare Relief Act would bring affordable choices back to small businesses. If this bill passes, small businesses will be allowed to legally reimburse employees for premiums and out of pocket expenses, essentially giving small businesses a much needed affordable healthcare option. It is now up to our Senators and I encourage all small employers to contact their Senators and ask for their support of affordable healthcare options for small businesses
As we head into 2017, affordable health benefits are more than slipping away they are becoming non-existent. Less than 50% of small businesses offer health benefits and as these costs go up, this number is sure to get smaller. The Small Business Healthcare Relief Act would bring affordable choices b


Naveen tripathi , Economic honours with more passion into Engin Nov, 18 2016


Major disruptions to the stability of weather patterns will damage businesses and employment and increase the likelihood of resource wars and mass movements of people. The US military have been warning of this for some time. Failing to treat all citizens equally will make the USA even more violent and less attractive as a place to set up and do business. Pretending that globalisation does not exist will not make it disappear and provoking trade wars will only make the USA poorer and increase unemployment.
Major disruptions to the stability of weather patterns will damage businesses and employment and increase the likelihood of resource wars and mass movements of people. The US military have been warning of this for some time. Failing to treat all citizens equally will make the USA even more violent a


Puneet , Nov, 18 2016


Any businesses that are parking money overseas or offshore are doing so because they bargain-shop rates at the expense of their country's economic health and well-being. We should not have to bribe them to return to the U.S.A. Instead penalise them for their bad habit of feeding off the nation's military and economic resources without any loyalty to the nation's people or the nation's economic health. They will not bring jobs here unless they can create a sweatshop labor force similar to that which they seek overseas.

Any businesses that are parking money overseas or offshore are doing so because they bargain-shop rates at the expense of their country's economic health and well-being. We should not have to bribe them to return to the U.S.A. Instead penalise them for their bad habit of feeding off the nation's mil