We never really know what they will do for certain once an administration is formed. We will never know what a man believes and we don't care; we care what they do. Trump is fun to watch, but, really, he is only a small part of a very big association. A presidency is only part of the administrative mechanisms this society uses to administer the trust the people grant their trustees: there is Congress, Senate, Supreme Court, Law and Code Executive, and Juries. The people always hold all the power -and not just at election times and not just collectively. Individually the people hold enormous power when they exercise it (and that power is never in the form of a gun). This totalitarian nonsense we hear of imposing restrictions of our liberties such as censoring the internet, threatening torture, forced vaccinations, etc, etc, etc, will stop when man and woman start to be man and woman by learning the law of the land and how to hold it and not by taking up arms like those patriots in Oregon just did getting in jail, or killed. The common law countries have the best law anywhere on this planet but 99.9% of you people will not take the time to learn what it is, how it works, what a court is, how to hold a court, how to move in another's court, and how to seat a jury to try law and fact. Until such a time you people will continue to get pushed around by your trustees administrating your trust instead of you simply benefiting from their services. Learning the rules of this game ought to be as fun and interesting as football.