I agree with it. If cancelling TPP will significantly hurt I do not know but his politics will for sure. Trump is rich and hence must have some qualities as a businessman, but he also screwed projects and he has not gained any political skills yet. Trumps major intention is 'america first'. And hence the first actions he is doing are such which pronounce that and such which are arguments for the 'emotions'. What he misses badly is a reasonable plan. There is damage in economy and damage needs to be repaired FIRST. Only then when you can present a working industry which is able to deliver the same quality you can suspend foreign business and not the other way around. Anyway one should not forget that some foreign products are simply 'better' or are liked more. Trumps nationalistic emotions make him blind to recognize basics of economy and foreign business. Those who are sensitive to nationalistic ideas fall for that. I think also the US economy will suffer even more from Trump...time will tell. To point on founding forefathers means to point on the past and past 'conditions' which have changed during progress of time. I think there should be insurances which should be statutory to grant primary care. They are called social insurance. (retirement, health, nursing care insurance, unemployment) They should be fair and related to income. Well either one is identified with the social idea or not. One who is not willing to share/pay an own amount for the benefit of the entire society will be always conjuring up excuses. In Europe there are some countries with a reasonable realization...although I have to admit it's not perfect (yet).