The new President-elect is expected to deliver his inaugural address on Jan. 20, a milestone that has been elusive for a while.
However, it’s not too late to make a decision to cancel it.
In fact, the transition is a complete fail.
Trump will likely take office as a candidate who has yet to build a campaign infrastructure.
His transition team will lack a national security team, and will likely be unable to hire enough federal personnel to support his agenda.
The incoming administration will be plagued by scandals, which will create significant political risks.
If Trump and Pence do succeed in enacting their agenda, their administration will not only be a disaster but it will be a far cry from the greatness the American people deserve.
The best thing Trump can do to stop the Trump-Trump transition is to let the people decide.
They should elect a president who will stand up for their interests, not those of the establishment that has taken over Washington.
The American people, however, will not stand for this.
It’s time to get serious about electing the next president of the United States.