The man formerly known as The Donald is entwined in a ball of contradiction.
He was a registered Republican until 2001 when he became a Democrat, and then eight years later switched back to the Republican party.
He says he believes in democracy, but also says if he loses Pennsylvania in the November general election it will be because the election is rigged.
He campaigns on a platform that boldly proclaims him to be an outsider to politics and a great business executive who will “Make America Great Again!” But Trump is not an outsider—he has the presence to command legislators, lobbyists, and business executives from the highest levels. Although he claims to be worth about $10 billion, companies under his control have filed for bankruptcy four times—Trump says it’s just good business practice; if he becomes president, he won’t have that option to reduce the nation’s debt. He believes the U.S. is the best place to live, but uses an empty campaign slogan to rally his hard-core ultra-right base of voters.