To The American People:
If you've been following the news, as presidential candidates, I'm sure you've seen Donald Trump's Announcement. I've yet to speak to someone after the announcement that can truly praise him or be happy for the bid.
The announcement showed a great disconnect between Trump, and the American People. It honestly feels as if Trump thinks that being "rich" is enough to qualify to be President of the United States of America.
I'm still not sure if the announcement was real, or if HBO will have Donald Trump headlining a comedy tour and show. If it's the latter, I think I might go actually watch it.
Other than his true lack of qualifications to be President, he should be saying "You're Fired!" to his Social Media Manager as he tweeted some pretty unfortunate things overtime.
Sadly, because president Obama has done such a poor job as president, you won't see another black president for generations!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 25, 2014
What about all the white presidents who've done such a poor job? Why does race matter? Without having to discuss race, a great portion of our past presidents have done "such a poor job" at times.
Okay, so next thing. Yes, our country needs a great leader, and we've had that. Once we have a great leader, it's a necessity that as a country we encourage this really cool thing called, Entrepreneurship. Ever heard of it?
I mean, it's not like there's no direct correlation between Entrepreneurship and our countries Economic stability. Wait...or, is it?
We don't need more Trumps, it would be nice, but really...we don't. We need more of me. You know, an entrepreneur. Or not even just an entrepreneur, how about an economy full of young entrepreneurs? But, let's take it up another level, how about an economy full of teen entrepreneurs?
Yes, that's what we need. The best way to ensure a stable economy 50 years from now, is to ensure we're promoting the opportunity of entrepreneurship to kids and young adults.
So in addition, to my efforts as a motivational speaker, workshop leader, and most recently, the writer behind a new curriculum on Young Entrepreneurship & proprietor of the Young Entrepreneur University, I'm excited to announce my bid for President of the United States.
— Jaylen Bledsoe (@JaylenBledsoe) June 17, 2015
What's funny? You're laughing....why? Well, I guess you're right, I'm too young. (When a 17 year old can't run for President, but Donald Trump can...) :(
Even if I'm too young, I think you should still share this campaign announcement.