Donald Trump’s first big test will be his choices for the cabinet posts.
After he offended Mexicans, the British, Muslims, the Chinese, Koreans, Europeans, and the Japanese, the person that he chooses as America’s top diplomat will need to be an accomplished professional, capable of repairing the almost irreparable damage.
That choice will tell the world whether the shock of the election justifies their concern.
Donald Trump Announces Presidential Bid By Trashing Mexico, Mexicans
Donald Trump calls profiling Muslims ‘common sense’
Donald Trump Mocks Asians With Broken-English Accent During Campaign Rally In Iowa
Donald Trump on North Korea going to war: ‘Good luck, enjoy yourself folks’
Donald Trump’s Asia Policy Would be a Disaster
Japan and South Korea hit back at Trump’s nuclear comments
Trump rips U.S. defense of Japan as one-sided, too expensive
U.K. Parliament debate: Donald Trump gets pummeled by the British
Why should America defend Europeans who won’t defend themselves?
Humberto Benítez, head of the Mexico’s consumer protection agency, Profeco, is regretting his daughter abuse of his power.
Having not been given a table at one of Mexico City’s trendiest restaurants instantly as she had demanded, she threw a temper tantrum, threatening to close the place down.
Three hours later inspectors from the agency arrived and carried out the threat.
But she hadn’t reckoned on twitter and the backlash of the Mexican public who had had their fill of corrupt officials’ abuse of power. The story went viral and was soon picked up by the media, first locally and then international.
Within a week dad had lost his job, even after they had both apologized, and he had withdrawn the instruction to close the restaurant.
Named and shamed
Two Sides of Mexico Clash in the #LadyProfeco Case
Andrea Benitez Gonzalez Shuts Down Mexico City Restaurant With Fit
Andrea Benítez Restaurant Closing: Will It Cost Her Father His Job In Politics?
Andrea Benitez, Mexican Official’s Daughter, Causes Restaurant To Close, Creating Scandal
Mexican official’s daughter tries to shut down restaurant after row over table