I think the most dangerous thing about Donald Trump is his utter unpredictability. His closest advisors do not know which way he will turn next.
Before his election and immediately after, everyone was shit-scared that he was getting into bed with Putin, and now he is over in Poland rattling his sabre in Russia's direction and talking about maintaining European values of 'freedom' - 'at whatever cost'.
Since North Korea successfully sent an ICBM over 600 miles of sea the other day, he seems to have stopped relying on the Chinese to calm things down, and is talking about 'severe measures' to keep N.K. under control by the U.S.
I am now a little bit nervous. He appears to be about to declare war on the two most tooled-up nations on Earth, simultaneously. I wonder if he sacked all the experienced diplomats during the start of the 'drain the swamp' exercise?
Trump is an old and rich man with property all over the world. He can afford to start wars.
Still, looking on the bright side, it puts our little Brexit problem into perspective, eh?
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