Politics never fail to keep us amused. The crazy antics of politicians is both entertaining and irritating to watch depending on which party you support. They say things you would not dare utter because you know that anything posted on the Internet stays forever. However, most politicians appear to forget this and often make a spectacle of themselves in the pursuit of their self-interests.
The United States became more divisive than ever with the unprecedented win of President Trump. Conservative Americans are thrilled with his win but it has become a nightmare for the rest. After all, America is a nation of migrants and many of its big cities are melting pots of different nationalities.
It is safe to say many are not happy about the current political situation and are just as confused as the rest of the American population. Only Mike Pence earned the thumbs up of the people and no one else as reported by usatoday.com.
People are interested to find out every bits and piece in politics. It’s like a TV series they can’t afford to miss each week. The thing is that they don’t only do it during their free time but even at work too. What’s to blame, technology? As smartphone users increases, it also proved to be a distraction at work as many Americans get into heated arguments with other people on Facebook and Twitter.
While many employers are not happy about this, they can’t just tell their employees to totally avoid it when they just want to stay updated on political issues that can possibly affect their lives. And for many of them, social media is the answer.
Fortunately, you do not live in China where the Chinese government persecutes activists for voicing out their opposition against the administration. If you live in the U.S., you can pledge your support to the protection of children that is also supported by the White House. (http://www.childrensjusticecampaign.org/) With the colorful personality of Donald Trump, it is hard to tell what the U.S. political landscape will be like in the next four years.
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