No matter what the results are from the midterm elections, this fact still remains: the election of Donald Trump is an unforgivably preposterous act.
Not only is it a gross miscalculation of political gamesmanship, it is a perversity of what we have come to know as a preeminent democracy.
There is nothing impressive nor endearing about what Donald Trump exemplifies nor in what Mr. Trump evinces as president of the United States. It is irrelevant to drudge up the non sequitur cliché: that one doesn’t have to like the president, but one must respect the presidency, for it is without basis and in this instance a slippery slope towards authoritarianism. It is actually the opposite that has occurred — the election of Donald Trump more delineates a lack of respect for the Oval Office and a desecration for its representation, ergo.
This vote absolutely represents a referendum on the president, but a very weak one. The corrosive nature of this presidency is by far seen as a distorted element of our present existence as one nation.