Let me start off by saying that although I wish to voice some personal sentiments, I am primarily trying to quench my curiosity regarding the matter. I hope my fellow monkeys will understand that this is not intended as a provocation.
As a Swede, and much like the rest of the world, I've been following the inception of a Trump administration with amazement. Following the president's handling of the events in Charlottesville, it seems that after a multitude of scandals and a continuous restructuring of the white house, the accumulation of events has started to reach a tipping point. I think this concern is further accentuated by the dismantling of the Manufacturing Council and Strategy & Policy Forum - which, as we've learned, was an intent that the members maintained in advance of Trump's decision.
So when these business leaders, whom I might consider the ambassadors of the private sector and capitalism as such, decide to distance themselves from a president who would rather display lenience towards alt right movements with their camo gear and combat boots and shaved heads and nazi flags - would you not say that Trump has gone too far? After all, in this forum specifically, I would be inclined to believe that you choose the suit before the combat boots and shaved head, thereon catering more to the concerns of business leaders than militant activists.
More hypothetically, is there something about Trump that you would like to have changed?
(Let me just be clear: I offer no less grief to parties and movements on the opposite extreme of the political spectrum. Any political movements that manifests itself as a lifestyle - from fashion to hair styles to symbols to music genres - does little to convince me that they are mature enough for the bureaucracy and dullness that comes with an arena for intelligent politics)