Washingon also warned of the dangers of factionalism, political parties for the country. He believes it is natural for people to organize and operate within political parties, but he also maintains that every government recognizes political parties as enemies and has sought to suppress them because of this tendency. Seek more power than other groups and avenge political opponents. He believed that disagreements between political parties undermined government (Elkins, Stanley; McKitrick, Eric (1995), Era of Federalism: Early American Republic, 1788-1800, Great Press, Oxford Study).

Mount Rushmore National Memorial Mountain in South Dakota, USA features the sculptures of 4 Former US Presidents (4 Founding Fathers) George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln (Photo: Shutterstock).According to his instructions on responsibility to the country and the people, and to avoid a heavy emphasis on partisan service to his homeland, what Mr. Trump did is quite similar to the wishes of America’s first founding father. .

From his rationale to his presidential candidacy to all of Mr. Trump’s efforts throughout his tenure revolve around his consistent statements: America first and make America great again.

According to the Western Journal, Sebastian Gorka, military and intelligence analyst, former Trump White House aide and Fox News contributor, shared at the Voters’ Conference on Values ​​on September 22, 2018 in Washington that:

“He only wants two things for all Americans. He wants you all to be safe and he wants your families to prosper. “He wants it for all Americans, whether you vote for him or not,” Gorka said.

When he was a successful businessman, Trump spoke of his intention to run for president if politicians did nothing to revive America. And now that he has become the current president, he has also reiterated the reason he sacrificed so much money, time and effort for this job. It is for the people and for America, for the politicians who have not fulfilled their role.

In his inaugural address, he said: “Now it’s the United States first. Every decision on trade, taxes, immigration, diplomacy, will be made for the benefit of American workers and families … I will fight for you with every breath, never let you down. America will start to win, like never before… In America we understand a nation that lives only by effort. We will no longer accept politicians who say and don’t, always complain and do nothing ”, (BBC Vietnamese translation).

In an April 29 tweet, he said: “The fake news strongly supports that Joe (Biden) is ‘dozing’.” Funny thing is, I became president because of Biden and Obama. They are not doing their job and now you have Trump doing things (for the president).

He became president in order to “make America great again” with the American people. He served the United States, not Republicans, so Donald Trump found it very difficult to accept that Democrats always sought to hinder the work he was doing to serve the United States.

He described the president’s Democratic impeachment as a “partisan crusade” in a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. The New York Times republished what was written in the letter: “You intervened in the US election. You have overthrown democratic America. You obstruct justice. You bring pain and suffering to our Republicans for their personal, political and selfish party interests.

Not only has Mr. Trump shown America’s will first and foremost through his national decisions and national policies, but Mr. Trump has taken unexpected diplomatic steps that have shocked other countries as well.

Shortly after taking office, Mr. Trump began a trade war with a wide range of countries, from rivals to allies. The United States has also withdrawn from a series of international bilateral and multilateral agreements, such as the nuclear deal with Iran or the Paris agreement on climate change, the TPP agreement. The president also denounced OPEC for having “plundered” the rest of the world, condemning the WHO for not doing its job and withdrawing funding.

These actions by Mr. Trump did not show an irresponsible attitude towards international organizations and alliances, but he did say that the interests of the United States should be protected, when other countries have also taken advantage of America. many. “We will never sacrifice American sovereignty for a global bureaucracy. America is subject only to American stewardship. We reject the idea of ​​globalization. We believe in the doctrine of patriotism, ”he told the United Nations General Assembly in September 2018.

This does not completely violate Washington’s warning: “Against the cunning ploys of foreign influence (I solemnly urge you to believe me, my fellows,) the vigilance of a nation.” freedom must be constantly awakened; for history and proven experience, that foreign influence is one of the most harmful enemies of go

US President Donald Trump (Photo: Shutterstock).
The importance of religion and morality
One of the most talked about in Washington’s farewell letter is the importance of religion and ethics in promoting private happiness and national prosperity. He argued that religious principles promoting the protection of wealth, fame and life are the foundations of justice. He warned the nation not to think that a nation’s morality could be maintained without religion.
“FROM ALL GUIDELINES AND CORRUPTION TO PRIVACY POLITICS, RELIGION AND DAO DUKE ARE MUST SUPPORT… Politicians Thuan Thuan, a bank with non-leaders, should be worthy and godly. THEY… DUKE HANH OR DAO DUKE IS A NECESSARY SPRING FOR THE GOVERNMENT ”.
George Washington, farewell speech, 1796.
He also said:
“THERE IS NO ETHICS AND POLICY THAT THE MOST EXCELLENT SKILLS AND GREATEST ACHIEVEMENTS HAVE EVER RECEIVED THE RESOLUTION AND GLASS OF THE MOST BRITISH GROUP.”
George washington
“HANH PHUC AND PHU PHUAN DAO DUKE IS A CONNECTION CANNOT SOLVE IT”.
George washington
Morality is acquired through religious imperatives, because without faith, not believing in retribution and the watchful gaze of a supernatural force, people will not be afraid. There will be nothing that retains the intention of seeking oneself by trampling the interests of others, of the community.
Mr. Trump is arguably one of the US Presidents who mentioned the greatest belief in God in his public speaking before the nation. In his inaugural address, he said: “We will be protected by the great men of the army, the police and above all by God.” On Independence Day (July 4, 2017), he said, “In America we don’t respect the government, we honor God.”
At the 66th National Prayer Breakfast in Washington DC on February 8, 2018, he again emphasized the religious beliefs of the American people: “Each year this event serves as a reminder of our belief that faith is the center of life and of freedom in the United States. The Founders of this nation mentioned the Creator four times in the Declaration of Independence. Our bill also says “We believe in God”. And we put our hands on our hearts as we read the oath of fidelity and declare ourselves “a people under God.”
The ideas of George Washington and Donald Trump are similar on these points because they are both aware of the position and responsibility of a head of state. It is about serving the people and the nation. It is overcoming temptations, aggressions, power and interests to carry out one’s duties in the most altruistic way.