Trump’s ‘drain the swamp’ reform is the only way Taiwan’s reforms can survive and prevail

Taiwan News
Date: 2017/02/01
By: Taiwan News

As everybody expected before his inauguration, U.S. President Donald Trump is running the U.S. like a

(By Taiwan News)

company, as exemplified by what he did in the first week of his administration, and that kind of “drain the swamp” attitude, iron will, decisiveness and swiftness to carry out his policies in face of tremendous opposition is exactly what Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen’s administration needs to carry out reforms that the country desperately needs in order to survive and develop.

President Trump is without doubt a successful business CEO and similar to all business founders throughout the world, he has an iron will, is very hardworking and pragmatic, hates traditional red tape and detests bureaucracy. He is a person who will enforce his beliefs in the face of strong opposition from a large number of dissenters, who is anti-traditional and anti-bureaucratic, and who has been persecuted by unfair laws and regulations during the process of growing his small and medium-sized enterprise into a large corporation.

In light of the rise of such a leader of the world’s superpower, can Taiwan’s government and people not be rising up immediately to face challenges Trump could pose to Taiwan?    [FULL  STORY]

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