President Trump can only be considered divisive if he’s wrong on the proposition that government is too big and too intrusive in the lives of citizens, or if he’s mistaken that the swamp is too deep and that the constitution has been misused, or not even considered at all, during the eight years of the Obama administration.
To insist that Trump is divisive because he opposes Black Lives Matter crimes, or if he supports ICE and local police forces who protect Americans from criminals, or if he thinks taxes are too high, is sheer stupidity on the part of his detractors. And if his idea that international trade is imbalanced in favor of our trading partners and against America and its working men and women, and if his plan to decrease regulations on businesses is not a good one, then his accusers need to think a bit longer and more clearly about the situation.
Just because President Trump opposes anti-American causes and supports pro-American efforts does not make him divisive. In fact his detractors should be labeled the divisive ones because they want higher taxes, more regulations, open borders and they want to punish ICE for just doing its important job of protecting our nation.
Instead, a thinking person would consider Barack Obama to be the most divisive president the nation has ever had due to his insistence to “fundamentally transform America” whether Americans wanted their nation to be transformed or not. He forced government healthcare on us; he forced us to accept homosexual marriage; he imposed sexual and racial self-identity on the nation; he pushed unisex restrooms on the nation; and he forced Americans to live with the reality of waves of illegal aliens entering our nation and our cities because he ignored duly passed immigration laws, effectively opening our borders to a free-for-all of invading immigrants along our southern border.
Aside from the anti-American influence of Barack Obama, there are the leftist press and just plain unhinged Democrats, who pretend they actually won the 2016 election and are so shell-shocked at President Trump’s victory that they can’t let him govern from within his duly elected administration.
Calling Trump divisive is like calling Billy Graham divisive because he declaimed evil and promoted peace and friendship. But, in a very limited, exclusive sense it may be legitimate to call President Trump divisive, if you consider that the people objecting to his promise to rule by the constitution are way-left operators who insist on a president ruling via executive order, and not paying attention to any power higher than himself.