It would probably be fair to say that very little of Donald Trump’s Presidency thus far could be described as conventional.
The now President was markedly different to previous presidential candidates. Far from a career politician, the former businessman has defied convention and logic by catapulting himself to office despite very little previous political experience.
Since he achieved that shock win in last year’s general election, beating Democratic hopeful Hilary Clinton, Trump has continued to dance very much to the beat of his own drum, lurching with alarming pace from polarising policy to inadvisable comment. Admittedly, he has not been aided by a series of hapless blunders from the closest members of his team, not least Kellyanne Conway who – in a bizarre turn of events – appeared to refer to a “Bowling Green Massacre” that had not, in fact, taken place. Undeterred, Trump and his administration have continued to sail close to the wind.
While those who hoped that the bombastic and, at times, divisive rhetoric that became the veritable hallmark of Donald Trump’s rallies during his campaign would be tempered somewhat, his keenest supporters seem heartened by his unorthodox approach. For many, his lax attitude to political correctness is merely symptomatic of his disruptive approach.
In a week that has seen world leaders, including Donald Trump, offer messages of support and solidarity in the wake of the horrific attack in Manchester, it is thought that Britain will cease the sharing of intelligence with the United States on the investigation, after a series of photographs was leaked to the US media.
With Donald Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May set to meet at a NATO summit today, then, there was much to discuss.
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