Why is Trump’s genetic drift theory so bad?
Genetically, he’s still Trump, but now it’s genetic.
And that’s a problem, not only for the United States but for the world.
Trump’s recent pronouncements, from his recent tweets, indicate that he’s going to continue the genetic drift that he started with his father.
For the first time in history, he believes that his DNA is a threat to America’s security.
He’s also making statements that show he’s not an isolationist, but rather someone who has embraced genetics in his political positions and worldview.
It’s not just the president who’s at risk from this, but also his cabinet, senators and members of Congress who will have to deal with it.
The president is not only ignoring his constitutional obligations, he has actually emboldened a global movement to fight back against his genetic drift.
There’s no other way to think about it.
This is not the kind of behavior that you want to be associated with.
The Trump administration has no credibility if it continues to promote a genocidal ideology, which has already been used to justify genocide in the past, and it should stop.
It would be a shame to see a president like this take the next step and try to undermine the integrity of the science and science-based policymaking process.
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