On Friday, president-elect Donald Trump will become President Trump, and there appears to be a great deal of interest in what happens next.

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Published: January 20, 2017
Last Revised: January 20, 2017

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    Todd Stevens | 01-20-2017

    Gave up after the first couple of paragraphs...

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      Info-Tech Research Group | 02-01-2017

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    Anne-Sophie Drouin | 01-20-2017

    Read it all! Quite interesting read for a deeper understanding of Trump's past and our potential future... away from the emotional level. :-)

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      Info-Tech Research Group | 02-01-2017

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    kwray | 01-20-2017

    Interesting but not clouded by bias and emotion - Mmmm not so sure about the objectivity of some of the comments. Let's start with: "including by comparison with such losers as Bush 43. (See "Takeout Window.") The latter was quite popular at the time, while we became the first to predict he would become the worst president in US history - a call which, unfortunately, was more than realized." Jimmy Carter and Barack Obama have one that distinguished award!

    "After all the hate and fear speech" no bias here!

    "Would anyone, particularly in the last 30 years, run for such an office if they were not a narcissist? Jack Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Ronald Reagan, Richard Nixon" No Barack Obama in this list - are you kidding me - the most arrogant, narcissistic president ever - listen to his speeches - he says "I" a lot!

    "Overall, the risks of a Trump presidency are terrifically high. He may outshine Bush 43 and take his place as the worst president in history. Or for an even greater surprise, it may turn out that having a rich maverick owned by no one and willing to both challenge the status quo and change his position toward the center is just what the doctor ordered at this pivot point in US and global history."

    Nice to see that you're putting him in the running for worst president award and then throw him a bone if he turns out to be an "even greater surprise"

    Yes you admitted that he's smart or else he couldn't have won the presidency GOOD because all I heard for eight years is what a genius Barack Obama is and clearly - he is anything but a genius.

    Good that you called out Obama on his failed Chinese policies among many other foreign policy disasters.

    Let's hope all the snowflakes and other naysayers are all wrong and Trump indeed Makes America Great Again!

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      kwray | 01-20-2017

      not one but WON BTW

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    Bob Grahame | 01-23-2017

    Hmm. Interesting take, and a lot that sounds plausible. But the dismissal of Bush 43 as stupid? Go see http://keithhennessey.com/2013/04/24/smarter/ and others. A president who made decisions that were in the opinion of many at the time poor, and which indeed turned out to be poor with the benefit hindsight, isn't the same as stupid.

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      Info-Tech Research Group | 02-01-2017

      Thank you for your comment, Bob.

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