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I started race night composing a segment that began with words from a settler, my companion Lesley Goldwasser, who came to America from Zimbabwe in the 1980s. Looking over our political scene a couple of years prior, Lesley commented to me: "You Americans kick around your nation like it's a football. Be that as it may, it's not a football. It's a Fabergé egg. You can break it."

With Donald Trump now chose president, I have more dread than I've ever had in my 63 years that we could do only that — break our nation, that we could turn out to be so hopelessly isolated that our national government won't work.

From the minute Trump developed as an applicant, I've considered important the likelihood that he could win; this segment never anticipated something else, despite the fact that it surely longed for it. That doesn't mean the truth of it is not stunning to me.

As much as I realized that it was a probability, the stark actuality that a larger part of Americans needed radical, troublesome change so gravely and basically did not mind who the change specialist was, what kind of good example he could be for our kids, whether he truly had any capacity to execute on his arrangement — or even truly had an arrangement to execute on — is significantly aggravating.

Before I lay out every one of my feelings of dread, is there any silver coating to be found in this vote? I've been scanning for a considerable length of time, and the stand out I can discover is this: I don't think Trump was genuinely dedicated to a solitary word or arrangement he offered amid the crusade, aside from one expression: "I need to win."

In any case, Donald Trump can't be a champ unless he experiences a radical change in identity and governmental issues and gets to be all that he was not in this battle. He needs to end up a healer rather than a divider; an impulsive truth-teller as opposed to a habitual liar; somebody prepared to study issues and settle on choices in light of proof, not somebody who just shoots from the hip; somebody who advises individuals what they have to listen, not what they need to listen; and somebody who acknowledges that an associated world can flourish just on win-win connections, not zero-total ones.

I can dare to dream that he does. Since in the event that he doesn't, every one of you who voted in favor of him — disregarding the majority of his conspicuous defects — in light of the fact that you needed radical, troublesome change, well, will get it.

I accept that Trump won't have any desire to go down as the most exceedingly terrible president ever, not to mention the person who managed the most profound breaking of our nation since the Civil War. It would shake the entire world. Hence, I can dare to dream that he will, as president, try to encircle himself with the best individuals he can, which definitely does exclude any semblance of Rudy Giuliani or Newt Gingrich, not to mention the alt-right fanatics who stimulated his crusade.

Be that as it may, there is additionally a profoundly stressing side to Trump's fixation on "winning." For him, life is dependably a zero-total diversion: I win, you lose. Yet, when you're running the United States of America, everything can't be a zero-total diversion.

"The world just remains stable when nations are inserted in win-win connections, in sound interdependencies," watched Dov Seidman, the C.E.O. of LRN, which exhorts organizations on administration, and the writer of the book "How."

For example, America attempted the Marshall Plan after World War II — giving a huge number of dollars to Europe — to incorporate it up with an exchanging accomplice and into a relationship that ended up being of awesome common advantage. Does Trump comprehend that? Do the individuals who voted in favor of him see what number of their employments rely on upon America being installed in solid interdependencies around the globe?

How would I clarify Trump's triumph? Far too early to state without a doubt, however my gut lets me know that it has significantly less to do with exchange or pay crevices and a great deal more to do with culture and numerous Americans' sentiment "vagrancy."

There is nothing that can make individuals more furious or confused than feeling they have lost their home. For some it is on the grounds that America is turning into a minority-lion's share nation and this has undermined the feeling of group of numerous working class whites, especially those living outside the more cosmopolitan urban zones.

For others it is the confounding hurricane of mechanical switch we're currently made up for lost time in. It has either wiped out their occupation or changed their working environment in ways they find perplexing — or has put distressing requests on them for long lasting learning. At the point when the two most essential things throughout your life are overturned — the working environment and group that grapple you and give you character — it's not amazing that individuals are perplexed and go after the shortsighted arrangements touted by an eventual strongman.

What I do know for certain is this: The Republican Party and Donald Trump will have control of the considerable number of levers of government, from the courts to the Congress to the White House. That is a wonderful duty, and it is all going to be on them. Do they comprehend that?

By and by, I won't wish them sick. An excessive amount of is in question for my nation and my youngsters. Dissimilar to the Republican Party throughout the previous eight years, I am not going to attempt to make my leader come up short. On the off chance that he falls flat, we as a whole come up short. So yes, I will trust that a superior man develops than we found in this battle.

In any case, right now I am in anguish, panicked for my nation and for our solidarity. What's more, interestingly, I feel destitute in America.
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