Throw in some admittedly "bad luck" - see also the pandemic - and Trump leaves a nation that is actually moderately worse off than when he took office four years ago. He ended up being less than the sum of his parts and the result was a one term wonder who was tossed out in what amounts to a largely status quo election. (Trump got basically the same percentage of the vote as he got when he won - only this time less fortuitously distributed geographically.)Put it all together and Trump leaves a nation slightly better off economically, in terms of foreign policy with a not fully realized potential and in a sullen mood. All in all, not "atrocious" but well below average.
P. S. My sincere apologies. I read your question too quickly and assumed you asked about Mr. Trump and not Mr. Biden. My mistake and sorry for taking up your time.In partial recompense, I offer my answer to this question in which I address what Mr. Biden's presidency might look like. See the last two paragraphs of my answer:During the election, was the vote for Biden really the vote FOR Biden or the vote AGAINST Trump? ↗Again, my sincere apologies for the error.
MALD, Grim Reaper will lock down the Senate and the average apathetic voter will vote Republican next election.#GF
That might very well be true. Everyone thought Pelosi was preparing her "mentally incapacitated" legislation for Trump, but I felt all along she was preparing for in-party carnage.
Lincoln was mentally ill too. Nobody forced him out and he was a damn good president. Biden is t Lincoln by any stretch just saying.
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Where do expect all that money to come from?
@ShootShootBangBang That is what I was asking myself when he said he would lower taxes. But he seems to recant everything he says.