By this point, Americans (and everyone else) following the US presidential race should be able to count on one thing at least: the Republican candidate’s temperament.
He calls it “winning,” and his “strongest asset”—but many seem to disagree: Donald Trump is routinely perceived as arrogant, and a bully, and his behavior confirms such perception. In the debates, he displays a perfectly sexist, micro-aggressive behavior. In his off time, he takes to Twitter to rant. And when he is not aggressive he is inappropriate or outright offensive: to women, disabled people, immigrants—you name it.