Well, Trump hasn't been in office long enough to establish how much he has benefited from his elected office now, has he? And until we enter the 2020 campaign, asking questions is kind of a waste of time, now isn't it? Assuming Trump makes it in office to 2020, and assuming his net worth has increased by a greater percentage than the average, then yes, the revolution will have questions for him. You are still not getting that the revolution gives not one fart for political affiliation, campaign promises, declarations of how effective one has been while in office, or political agenda. The revolution only cares about one thing; is an elected official taking care of our business, or their business? The best indicator of that is how they've done economically while in office. We can find their net worth when they were elected, and we can find their net worth when they run for reelection. We can compare the change to the average in the US. If the candidate has done better than the average, we will demand to know why. And then we will vote accordingly. Why is this such a hard concept for you to understand and accept?