WHY I LOVE DONALD TRUMP | Stuart Knight

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Audrey

Yes, this! I had this exact thought throughout his reign of terror, but couldn’t figure out how to articulate it. Thank you for putting words to it. He has given us an opportunity to consciously choose who we are, and who we want to be, by being the model of who we do NOT want to be. If you are a spiritual type, you could look at that as a great sacrifice that his spirit has accepted the burden to be… but let’s not get crazy here. 😉

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Ms Alma

I agree Donald Trump is a visionary and has been since he was a young man- Donald Trump when Bonnuit Teller went out of business in NYC promised me and many other staff a job the following week and he came through on his promise so I care about Trump and his values he became President because he was entitled to be as amazing as each and every one us – thanks for

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Alma

sharing your views Stuart I have watched you since your I decide days in Toronto when you had big get together on Queen St

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Alma

Thanks for this just also wanted to say we are all born equal and what we do with our lives serves us enough to inspire a rush of gratitude as you have done with Donald Trump – am one of the many people he has helped during hard times

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Stuart Knight Productions

Thanks for your comments and thoughts Alma and for being in my world since the old days! 🙂 I totally respect your decision to see Donald Trump as a good person because he showed an act of kindness to you and your colleagues at that time, but allow me to offer a few thoughts. For starters, Donald Trump is well known for doing things that only serve him. While I have no doubt that he painted a picture of saving your jobs, I think it’s fair to say that he would have just as easily cut those same jobs if it served him financially. I think it’s likely that you all kept your jobs because financially it was best for him and not so much for the employees you worked with. The other thing to consider is how easy it is to forgive someone for their bad deeds when they have done something good for you personally. While I understand that it’s hard to not like someone when they’ve done something good for you, but we should try hard to not suspend our values just because someone did something that appears like a nice gesture, when most likely it was nothing more than a business decision that favoured him. Finally, I have no doubt that DT has done some nice things in the past, but I don’t think that should forgive the horrible things he’s done. People like Charles Manson, Jeffrey Dahmer and Paul Bernardo all have people in their lives who could testify to something kind those people did for them, but surely that wouldn’t excuse their acts of rape and murder? I only offer these thoughts with the intention of hopefully seeing a bigger picture here. Thanks!

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Audrey

Yes, this! I had this exact thought throughout his reign of terror, but couldn’t figure out how to articulate it. Thank you for putting words to it. He has given us an opportunity to consciously choose who we are, and who we want to be, by being the model of who we do NOT want to be. If you are a spiritual type, you could look at that as a great sacrifice that his spirit has accepted the burden to be… but let’s not get crazy here. 😉

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Ms Alma

I agree Donald Trump is a visionary and has been since he was a young man- Donald Trump when Bonnuit Teller went out of business in NYC promised me and many other staff a job the following week and he came through on his promise so I care about Trump and his values he became President because he was entitled to be as amazing as each and every one us – thanks for

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Alma

sharing your views Stuart I have watched you since your I decide days in Toronto when you had big get together on Queen St

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Alma

Thanks for this just also wanted to say we are all born equal and what we do with our lives serves us enough to inspire a rush of gratitude as you have done with Donald Trump – am one of the many people he has helped during hard times

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Stuart Knight Productions

Thanks for your comments and thoughts Alma and for being in my world since the old days! 🙂 I totally respect your decision to see Donald Trump as a good person because he showed an act of kindness to you and your colleagues at that time, but allow me to offer a few thoughts. For starters, Donald Trump is well known for doing things that only serve him. While I have no doubt that he painted a picture of saving your jobs, I think it’s fair to say that he would have just as easily cut those same jobs if it served him financially. I think it’s likely that you all kept your jobs because financially it was best for him and not so much for the employees you worked with. The other thing to consider is how easy it is to forgive someone for their bad deeds when they have done something good for you personally. While I understand that it’s hard to not like someone when they’ve done something good for you, but we should try hard to not suspend our values just because someone did something that appears like a nice gesture, when most likely it was nothing more than a business decision that favoured him. Finally, I have no doubt that DT has done some nice things in the past, but I don’t think that should forgive the horrible things he’s done. People like Charles Manson, Jeffrey Dahmer and Paul Bernardo all have people in their lives who could testify to something kind those people did for them, but surely that wouldn’t excuse their acts of rape and murder? I only offer these thoughts with the intention of hopefully seeing a bigger picture here. Thanks!

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