On the day that the Turkish Armed Forces were about to launch the cross-border operation in Syria, US President Donald Trump did not only hold a call with President Tayyip Erdoğan, but also wrote a letter to him. When you read the letter today in newspapers, you will notice that Trump is warning his addressee about his responsibility to history.
History. . .
No doubt that what are happening today will be the subject of history books in future.
As I encountered the sentence concerning ‘responsibility to history’ while reading the letter, this question has come to my mind: How will history judge Donald Trump himself?
Trump is the 45th president of the USA. There are all kinds of idiosyncratic characters among the US presidents from past to present, including the ones who swam nude in the Potomac river, served as a hangman before becoming president, changed pants several times a day. Nevertheless, I believe that history will remember Trump as the most idiosyncratic one who ‘changed the international status of the USA’.
Don’t believe in fortune telling and prophecy. . .