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Donald Trump POTUS? 3 Industries That Would Win

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“There’s no such thing as bad publicity” is mostly connected with P.T. Barnum, the 19th century circus owner. Barnum was a self-publicist of the first order and never missed a chance to present himself and his company to the public.

Presidential candidate Donald Trump, otherwise known as “The Donald” or “DJT” is our 21st Century P.T. Barnum. He loves being in the middle of controversy and pushing peoples buttons while campaigning to be the next commander in chief.

For example, one of the top issues he is stumping for in the presidential race regards illegal immigration and building walls, yet his mother, Mary Anne MacLeod, was a Scottish immigrant and his paternal grandparents emigrated from Germany.

While working to make “America Great Again” Trump has insulted almost every group and everyone that has come in contact with him, including the Pope. While his statements are perplexing, his lead in the polls continue to increase.

“Yer bum’s oot the windae!” Scottish Translation: You’re talking nonsense! Well, not exactly. It seems the more nonsense we get from Trump, the more free advertising he is getting- helping him to lead in the poles. Even if Trump does not win the election, he is “winning” with PR.

If “The Donald” gets into the White House, the following three industries may get a boost.

Construction Industry

The Trumpster plans to build walls around the Mexico border while working to rebuild our roadways and infrastructure.

If the hotel tycoon gets his way, you could consider to bet big on huge deals being made with major cement and heavy equipment suppliers.

You can already envision Trump driving the first big tractor down to the Mexico border donned with American flags and fireworks, with his hair flying in the breeze.

In the meantime, Trump is taking a beating in Mexico. Literally. Shop owners found a hit product with Donald Trump piñatas this year.

Security Industry

The Donald’s immigration plan involves rounding up illegal immigrants to then eventually deport them so fast “it will make your head spin.”

That equates to a roundup of around 11 million men, women and children facing this Trumptopia nightmare. To quote Kevin O ‘Leary, “Stop the Madness!”

If Trump gets his way, you may consider betting on major government-outsourced companies specializing in the management of correctional and detention facilities.

In the meantime, if the NYC Transportation Authority is having huge trouble rounding up the naked people and cartoon characters in NYC Times Square, Trump’s plan may be ridiculous to execute. 

Guns & Ammunition Manufacturing Industry

Trump is Second Amendment friendly. He has pushed “concealed-carry” as part of the solution to threats of terror in the U.S. and around the world.

According to Fox Business, Trump told reporters in February, “I am the strongest person running in favor of the Second Amendment. I am a member of the NRA.”

If Trump helps to “Make America Great” and allegedly safer by allowing more people to carry arms, major guns and ammunition manufacturing companies may make out like bandits.

In the meantime, whether or not you would trust Trump with access to the United States’ nuclear launch codes, putting a gun in more people’s hands is always a hot-button in the USA.

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