Who knows? When I began speaking out, I was a realist. I knew the relentless and incompetent naysayers of the status quo would anxiously line up against me, and they have: The politicians who talk a great game in campaigns— and play like total losers when they try to actually govern because they can’t govern; they don’t know how to govern. The lobbyists and special interests with their hands in our pockets on behalf of their clients or others. The members of the media who are so far lost when it comes to being fair that they have no concept of the difference between “fact” and “opinion.” The illegal immigrants who have taken jobs that should go to people here legally, while over 20 percent of Americans are currently unemployed or underemployed. Believe me, they’re all over the place. I see them. I talk to them. I hug them. I hold them. They are all over the place. Congress, which has been deadlocked for years and virtually unable to deal with any of our most pressing domestic problems, or even the most basic ones, such as passing a budget. Think of it: a little thing like passing the budget. They don’t even have a clue.
Trump's thesis statement on why he's running