Another analyst from a far-right publication from Florida, this time Guillermo Descalzi, wrote a harsh critic to President Donald Trump.
He did it in the New Herald and it revolved about his Miami speech where last Friday he established changes in his behavior toward Cuba.
Descalzi began saying, there is lack of unity, logic, kindness, and generosity in our politics, trade and society.
Then he crushed Washington Congress when he said that most of its members say to work for the nation, “but it’s not like way.”
And he claimed, first they struggle for their positions, then their party, third to defeat the “others”, fourth with ordinary ideas to deviate the attention.
Fifth, he kept saying, for their well-being, sixth to ‘please', seventh to convince.
“There is ranting,” added Guillermo Descalzi, when he who pushed him to throw James Comey off the FBI headquarters now investigates him for doing so.”
After that he says that in the White House there’s a president that either supports them or goes against them.
But the journalist's toughest criterion came when he wrote that “Trump is cracking the floor beneath his feet” with Nixonian attitudes.
He even dares saying that being in the President’s proximity is dangerous and his closest relatives are beginning to get protection.
Even Pence, his second in command, a lawyer hired to defend his interests.
Descalzi comments, if the United States vice-president does that, you can just imagine the rest.
Then he quotes the example of the famous medical reformation which content has not been read yet by the democrats and only for a handful of republicans.
As a conclusion the analyst outlines: Trump hardened the politics toward Cuba for human rights violation.
He also ordered to strengthen the efforts to widen Internet access in Cuba.
Although this is a positive action, it’s aimed at pleasing his Cuban voters in Florida.
If it was a decision of principle, estimates Descalzi, he would also harden our politics toward Saudi Arabia, where human rights are violated.
But there isn’t a Saudi Arabian exile to please here, where seeking money is the goal, and they have plenty over here.
Something seems objective, the changes Trump imposed to the politics toward Cuba cannot hit home smoothly, they’ll never will.
All of these happens while his Administration is still spattered of many and bothersome suspicions.
- Published in Specials