I think that, as printed in the newspaper, Trump replaced Murthy, because he strongly supported increasing background checks on firearm purchasers, to eventually reduce gun violence deaths. This was an obvious favor to the gun lobby.
Donald Trump meets the qualifications to be President. He is over 35, and was born in the United States. He has run a large organization, and has been paying attention to the political process for decades. It would certainly be nice for him to have some political experience (maybe as a Governor, a Cabinet member, a Senator, etc), but it is not a requirement, and should not be. Abraham Lincoln did not have much experience, but has been very successful as President. To be completely clear, by no means am I saying that he should be President of the United States. But that is not because he is not qualified. I believe it is his personality, and the types of statements that he makes that would make him a terrible president. He has shown gross incompetence (bordering on fraud) with his corporate bankruptcies, and I do not believe he is the type of person who would surround himself with people that would criticize him, and even if he did, I'm not confident he would listen to their advice. Examples of such statements are his proposals to "ban all Muslims", kill the families of terrorists, and re-negotiate the national debt (which means defaulting on it, a really bad idea). Donald Trump is likely to make very bad decisions, and would likely have trouble explaining them when he is held accountable. You can call your critics "liars", "dummies", or "lightweights in a debate or campaign rally, but it's not going to work when you are President. It is possible, and I imagine very likely that he is much smarter than his statements make him appear to be. A man who is willing to say anything at all in order to become President, is not the type of person that should be President. For the leader of the free world, what you say matters. Can you imagine what our country would be like if George W Bush created internment camps for Muslims after 9/11, rather than saying that Islam promotes peace? Barack Obama could have (and many on the far left argue should have) been much tougher with the big banks after the financial crisis, but he knew it was critical that we stabilize our financial system rather than try to stick it to "fat cat" bankers. A President needs to be able to make decisions that may be unpopular, and be able to explain it to the people.
I just asked a similar question and noted that there is nothing on the current Surgeon General's Priorities or National Prevention Strategy pages about vaccines or gun violence so I think he was better than Adams.
To qualify to run for the office of POTUS Or president of the United States There are literally only three requirements:Be born in the U.S.U.S. military bases and territories like Porto Rico do count.If the law were changed Arnold Schwarzenegger could run But as is no he can't.2. Be over the age of 35.Sadly this doesn't stop people who are mentally an angry teenager from running (Trump.)3. Live in the U.S. for at least 14 yearsThat's just to run..to win the election you have to convince state and federal senators to support you. As the people who actually make the decision are In the Electoral College Which is made up of people chosen by the Office of the Federal RegisterThe popular vote is little more than a poll they can ignore completely.many presidents have not won the popular vote yet become president. Some times people voted for by electoral college have not even been on the ballet When the Electoral College cast its votes on December 19, 2016, Trump received 304 votes to Clinton's 227 with seven electors defecting to other choices.A Historic Number of Electors Defected, and Most Were Supposed to Vote for Clinton
What are the formal qualifications for president?
Article II, Section 1, Clause 5 of the Constitution sets the principal qualifications one must meet to be eligible to the office of president. A president must: - be a natural born citizen of the United States - be at least thirty-five years old; - have been a permanent resident in the United States for at least fourteen years. I think they are totally reasonable and justifiable. A person who meets the above qualifications is still disqualified from holding the office of president under any of the following conditions: Under the Twenty-second Amendment, no eligible person can be elected president more than twice. The Twenty-second Amendment also specifies that if any eligible person who serves as president or acting president for more than two years of a term for which some other eligible person was elected president, the former can only be elected president once. Scholars disagree whether anyone no longer eligible to be elected president could be elected vice president, pursuant to the qualifications set out under the Twelfth Amendment Under Article I, Section 3, Clause 7, upon conviction in impeachment cases the Senate has the option of disqualifying convicted individuals from holding other federal offices, including the Presidency. Under Section 3 of the Fourteenth Amendment, the Constitution prohibits an otherwise eligible person from becoming president if that person swore an oath to support the Constitution, and later rebelled against the United States. However, the Congress, by a two-thirds vote of each house, can remove the disqualification.
No person except a natural born citizen, or a citizen of the United States, at the time of the adoption of the Constitution, shall be eligible to the office of President; neither shall any person be eligible to that office who shall not have attained to the age of thirty-five years, and been fourteen years a resident within the United States. I found this information at a website called Qualifications and Requirements for the Office of President of the United StatesHere are a few things I want to add. I find it baffling that Ted Cruz, who is not a natural born citizen, had the gall to run for president during the 2016 election while people of his party, the Republican party, constantly made baseless accusations against President Obama proclaiming that he was not a natural born citizen. There are many aspects of American politics that in my opinion are absurd, like the examples I just provided. Honestly, being an American citizen during the year 2018 and in the 21st century, I think it’s absurd that you have to be 35 years old in order to run for President. In my humble opinion, age should not separate or exclude those who are passionate about American politics and genuinely desire not only to seek America’s highest office, but to offer a fresher insight and service to the people of America. Let’s change the United States Constitution!
Trump fired Surgeon General Vivek Murphy, said guns are a health issue. Why does Trump reject science and when did medicine become partisan?
because GUNS are NOT a health issue. Murder is a health issue.... GUNS without a user an object incapable harming anyone until some picks it up. Guns, knives, axes, bombs, etc... all CAN kill people if used improperly.. but by themselves they are NOT a health issue... that is why
What degrees do you need to become a general surgeon?
Ladyroo, actually, your answer is incorrect. Classy Lady gave a more accurate response. There is an internship for medical students. A medical internship typically lasts one year (a loose term) and usually begins in late June. Internships come in two variations, transitional and specialty track. After a physician has completed an internship and step three of the USMLE or COMLEX-USA, he or she can practice general medicine. However, the majority of physicians complete a specialty track medical residency over two to seven years, depending on the specialty. The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) no longer uses the term intern, but refers to all postgraduate physicians in training as residents Just because they don't call it an internship anymore, doesn't mean it doesn't exist. Many hospitals still do the Internship and then Residency.
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