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Freshman Andre Gartner, "I’m pretty hopeful because although Donald Trump is going to have a lot of power. There are certain things that he said that he was going to do that he won’t be able to carry out. Also, I don’t believe that he will be reelected. I absolutely do not think that he has the temperament to lead the country. He is someone that has proven that he cannot control himself from making impulsive decisions. He’s obviously hypomanic, which means that he’s going to have periods of time during which he can’t control his actions, where he’s just doing things without thinking about them because he has all of this built-up energy. That is not the type of quality you want in a leader, especially of the nation. He’s definitely going to hurt us. That’s not a question. He’s going to hurt us. But not to the point where there’s no coming back."

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