non sequitur answers whenever prompted with a meaningful question
Hmm, do you have an example? I know a lot of heavily edited videos are on youtube which could portray this falsely.
This is a man afraid to change his mind or admit fault
I've heard Trump getting criticized by the media for changing his mind on issues (such as waterboarding) after talking with high ranking members in those particular fields. However, as far as admitting fault goes, I agree he seems to never admit fault.
I believe the American people chose a person who will act like a leader. Maybe I'm wrong in my assumption that Trump will bring jobs back to the US, that he will keep most men out of women's restrooms, and prevent the fugitives from continuing to enter the US. And I don't know about you, but I've seen Common Core in the schools and it's not making students learn basic math concepts any easier. It's like "guess and go" for reading. How do you expect a person to be able to read anything if they don't even know how to pronounce the words they see on the page?
Donald Trump is but one man, a man who is certainly imperfect in many ways. We all are imperfect, we can't elect a person who is in their 60s or 70s and expect them to have a completely clean record that is accusation free. But that's beside the points I made above. I believe the reason Donald Trump was elected was primarily due to the supreme court and who he is going to appoint to those positions. Donald Trump says that he will appoint conservative judges who will follow the constitution of the US as it is written, he has even put forth a list of those who he is considering and most conservatives approve of that list. On the other hand Hillary did not say that she would appoint judges that would follow the constitution and she did not put forth a list.
If you think I've skipped over an important point please let me know and I'll correct that in my next response.