In the history of America, our presidents have had many different backgrounds.
Not all come from a political back ground. Some have come from nothing and made something of themselves. While others have come from a background of privilege. It’s not always the way you came up in life. It always comes down to a person character and how they relate to the American people. Not just one race or one religion. If he has a good record as a business man.
Meaning no bankruptcy, no layoffs, no law suits. A business man with a rough up brining and that has made something of himself. Defeating all odds and obstacles that were in his way. This man could relate to the less fortunate African Americans, the Mexican, and the less fortunate white people. He can understand where they’re coming from.
Not saying that he would agree with the groups saying that they don’t have the same opportunities as he did. He could relate to the educational injustice of having to attend a college on a scholarship or even having to use the government for assistance. If he can relate to the upbringing of most of America.
The life in poverty. The life of having to watch your parents work day in and day out to make sure there was plenty of food. And that he had clean clothes. If a business man could relate to his people than he could better understand what the country needs as a whole and not just one group of people. He would have the knowledge of what it’s like to be a middle-class family.
Most presidential elects have been Christian men. So their look at as a man who is honest and puts God first and doesn’t judge someone else because they have a different opinion than theirs. If the business man runs for office and respects the fact that America was built on the backs of people that come from very different religion backgrounds. If he can understand that he will have to one day make peace treaties and have sit downs with foreign leaders that have certain religious..