• I guess a bazillion years as a legislator could count as a strong point, since he'd ostensibly know how to deal with other branches of government. Any time a president makes campaign promises, though, it's the same story - the candidate promises a bunch of legislative changes, despite being an executive and not a legislator, then, after winning, the other politicians, who actually are legislators, have no incentive to fulfil someone else's promises. All politicians know this, yet they still practice the behaviour.
  • Many executive orders until he quits unexpectedly.

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