Trump vs Biden What makes a good U.S. President?

The qualities that make a good U.S. president are subjective and can vary depending on individual perspectives. However, some commonly valued traits include:

Leadership: A good president should possess strong leadership skills to guide the nation and make decisions that benefit the country.

Communication Skills: Effective communication is crucial for a president to articulate their vision, policies, and decisions to the American people and the world.

Problem-Solving Abilities: The ability to analyze complex issues, develop solutions, and make informed decisions is important for addressing the challenges facing the country.

Empathy: Understanding and relating to the concerns and needs of diverse populations within the country is essential for creating policies that promote the well-being of all citizens.

Adaptability: The ability to adapt to changing circumstances and navigate unexpected challenges is vital for a president to effectively govern.

Collaboration: Building relationships with Congress, other branches of government, and international leaders is important for advancing the president’s agenda and addressing global issues.

Decision-Making Skills: Making timely and well-informed decisions is a key aspect of presidential responsibilities.

Knowledge of Government and Policy: A strong understanding of the U.S. government system, constitutional principles, and policy issues is necessary for effective governance.
Vision for the Future: A good president should have a clear vision for the future of the nation and the ability to inspire citizens to work toward common goals.

Trump vs Biden

A good U.S. president should prioritize: leadership, economic stability, national security, diplomacy and international relations, social justice, healthcare, education improvement, infrastructure development, collaboration with Congress for bipartisan solutions.

1. Leadership

Unfiltered. Off the cuff. Trump has what I call a “me-centric” leadership approach.interpersonal leadership style, characterized by flexibility, compromise, and an emphasis on teamwork; they tend to be conflict-averse and risk-avoidant.

2. Economic Stability

GDP growth: 2.6%Unemployment rate: 6.4%Inflation rate: 1.4%Poverty rate: 11.90%Real disposable income per capita: $48,286Disposable income per capita (adjusted for  inflation): $48,286Gross domestic product GDP growth: 2.6%Unemployment rate: 3.5%Inflation rate: 5.0%Poverty rate: 12.80%Real disposable income per capita: $46,682Disposable income per capita (adjusted for inflation): $46,557
only 36 percent of Americans say they approve of Biden’s handling of the economy

3. National Security 

Rebuilt the United States military with over $2.2 trillion in defense spending, including $738 billion for 2020 and secured the largest pay raise for our troops in a decade.Border Security: National security also encompassed immigration and border control during Trump’s presidency.President Trump also became the first American leader since Ronald Reagan not to start a war.Afghanistan Withdrawal.Two war started Ukraine vs Russia and Israel vs HamasIllegal immigrants double under Biden the border crisis

4. Diplomacy And International Relations

America First Policy: Trump’s “America First” policy was a central theme in his approach to international relations. 
North Korea Diplomacy: Trump engaged in unprecedented diplomatic efforts with North Korea, meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in a series of summits. 
Middle East Peace Agreements: The Trump administration played a role in brokering normalization agreements between Israel and several Arab nations, known as the Abraham Accords. 
Withdrawal from International Agreements: the Paris Agreement on climate change and the Iran Nuclear Deal.
Multilateralism and Alliances: President Biden sought to strengthen traditional alliances, such as NATO, and engage in collaborative efforts with international partners to address global challenges.
Climate Change and Paris Agreement: 
Iran Nuclear Deal Negotiations: The goal was to address concerns related to Iran’s nuclear program and bring the country back into compliance with the agreement.

5. Social justice

Racial Tensions and Responses to Protests: President Trump on George Floyd Death and to support peaceful protesting. President Trump declined to denounce white supremacistsRacial Equity Executive Orders: President Biden signed several executive orders aimed at promoting racial equity and addressing systemic racism. 
Diversity in Government Appointments: President Biden has emphasized diversity in his appointments to key positions within the administration. 

6. Healthcare 

Trump deaths by covid 19 400kBiden deaths by covid 19 730k 
Drug Pricing Initiatives: The administration took steps to address prescription drug prices. This included proposals to increase price transparency, facilitate the importation of lower-cost drugs from other countries, and eliminate certain rebates within the pharmaceutical supply chain.
Telehealth Expansion: The COVID-19 pandemic prompted the Trump administration to temporarily expand telehealth services to increase access to healthcare while minimizing in-person contact. 
Association Health Plans and Health Reimbursement Arrangements: The Trump administration worked to expand the availability of Association Health Plans (AHPs) and Health Reimbursement Arrangements (HRAs) as alternatives for small businesses to provide health coverage to employees.
COVID-19 Pandemic Response: The Biden administration has prioritized addressing the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes efforts to accelerate vaccine distribution, increase testing, and implement public health measures to mitigate the spread of the virus.
Affordable Care Act (ACA): President Biden has expressed strong support for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and sought to strengthen and expand it. 
Drug Pricing Initiatives: The Biden administration has taken steps to address prescription drug prices. This includes supporting legislation to allow the negotiation of drug prices by Medicare and promoting policies to increase transparency in drug pricing.

7. Education Improvement

School Choice: The Trump administration aimed to expand options for parents and students beyond traditional public schools.
STEM Education: Efforts were made to increase funding and support for STEM programs to prepare students for careers in these fields.
Student Loan Reform: The Trump administration took steps to reform the student loan system. This included changes to income-driven repayment plans and proposals for simplifying and consolidating federal student loan programs.
American Rescue Plan for Education: The funds were intended to help schools reopen safely, address the digital divide, and mitigate the impact of the pandemic on students and educators.
Community College Tuition-Free Proposal: President Biden has proposed making community college tuition-free for eligible students.
Title I Funding Increase: The Biden administration has advocated for increased funding for Title I schools, which serve a high percentage of students from low-income families. 
Expansion of Pell Grants: The administration has proposed expanding Pell Grants to make higher education more affordable for low-income students. 

8. Infrastructure Development

Infrastructure Investment Plan: Trump proposed a $1.5 trillion infrastructure investment plan. The plan aimed to leverage both federal funds and private investment to address a wide range of infrastructure projects, including transportation, water systems, broadband, and energy.
Executive Actions and Regulatory Reforms: The Trump administration took steps to streamline regulatory processes and reduce permitting timelines for infrastructure projects. The goal was to expedite the approval and completion of projects by cutting through bureaucratic red tape.
Focus on Traditional Infrastructure: Trump emphasized traditional infrastructure sectors such as roads, bridges, highways, airports, and waterways. 
Transportation InfrastructureWater and Energy InfrastructureRenewable Energy Projects
American Jobs Plan: The plan aims to invest approximately $2.3 trillion over eight years in a range of infrastructure sectors, including transportation, water, energy, and broadband.
Electric Vehicle Infrastructure:Care Infrastructure
Workforce Development: The plan emphasizes workforce development by investing in training and education programs to create job opportunities in the infrastructure sector. It aims to promote the development of a skilled workforce capable of contributing to the construction and maintenance of infrastructure projects.

9. Collaboration With Congress For Bipartisan Solutions.

Tax Reform: One notable bipartisan achievement during Trump’s presidency was the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act in December 2017. lower corporate tax rates, and provide tax relief for individuals.
Criminal Justice Reform: First Step Act in December 2018. This criminal justice reform legislation aimed to address issues such as mandatory minimum sentences, prison conditions, and reentry programs. The bill received support from both Republicans and Democrats.
COVID-19 Relief Packages: Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Congress passed multiple relief packages to address the economic impact of the crisis. 
Infrastructure Proposals  $1.5 trillion infrastructure investment plan. 
American Rescue Plan for EducationAmerican Jobs Plan
Budget and Spending Bills: The budget and spending bills, essential for the functioning of the government, have been subject to negotiations and discussions in Congress. The passage of these bills is crucial for avoiding government shutdowns.

Who wins?

1. LeadershipTrump Trump vacation 380 days 1461Biden vacation 958 days 9/5/23
2. Economic stabilityTrump
3. National security Trump
4. Diplomacy and international relationsTrump
5. Social justiceBiden
6. Healthcare TrumpTrump 400k covid 19 deathsBiden 730k covid 19 deaths
7. Education improvementBiden
8. Infrastructure developmentBiden
9. Collaboration with Congress for bipartisan solutions.Trump

Big Thing that will affect the election are 

President TrumpPresident Biden
New York State “Hush-Money” CaseStormy DanielsJoe Biden is 81 years old  77Mentally and physically looks it 
impeachment inquiry Particular attention has been paid to what he was doing in China and Ukraine during Joe Biden’s vice-presidency.Biden family and its business associates received more than $24m (£19m) from foreign sources in China, Kazakhstan, Romania, Russia and Ukraine between 2014 and 2019
Federal Classified Documents CaseFBI going into Mar-a-LagoHunter Biden 53 years oldHunter Biden’s LaptopRep. James Comer claims the email text shows Joe Biden was aware of Hunter Biden’s business with a Chinese company. Comer also claims those business ties influenced President Biden’s policy choices toward China, but it is unclear how. The email includes discussion of setting aside a certain percentage of a deal for “the big guy.”
Federal Election Interference CaseJan. 6, 2021From 2013 through 2018 Hunter Biden and his company brought in about $11 million via his roles as an attorney and a board member with a Ukrainian firm accused of bribery and his work with a Chinese businessman now accused of fraud. Biden made $5.8 million from two deals with Chinese business interests.
Kevin Morris paying $5 million dollars for access to the Biden White House
Devon Archer, a long-time business partner, testified behind closed doors to lawmakers that Mr Biden had frequently put his father on speakerphone during calls with various contacts.



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