How I see America is...
The revolutionary war was a mistake; taking power from an apt government, and giving it to a young, inexperienced one(forgetting how much money was wasted and how much world control was lost to stay on topic).
Had the revolutionary war not happened, and America belonged to England, all things would be much different today; we wouldn't have enslaved Africans, a lot of unecessary wars wouldn't have happened, propaganda outlets like CNN wouldn't exist.
(like the film Alien, the children killed the good mother and ran a mess).
Unfortunately it did happen...
The American Government is still far from mature and without losing themselves in political egoism, or socially-accepted corruption by propping up Mr Trump, they are actually fixing some problems.
I'd prefer a different leader who's apt in the same sort of policy.
As said, though I don't care about American politics, Biden will be a problem for them.
He is an image and policy much like the previous, young minded leaders.
America doesn't want war with Russia, it'a a stupid war. Trump tries to avert this war and struggles under his people's perversity.
They don't really want war with any super power, but Biden's luck is likely drawing both Russia and China.
I trust, and advise you to, when Trump says 'China is America's enemy', and that Biden's pally attitude is dangerous.
If they could remove Russia from the equation, is that not a good thing? Is the democratic idealogy too dangerous?
Biden's latest joke is 'reverse all that Trump's done' - followed by immaturity - 'his coronovirus policies were bad - ALL OF IT'S BAD'.
So America lost my loyalty, it's too stupid. I even snicker at the fact Biden may get elected and the whole country falls out. If Trump gets another term, I'll perhaps show some interest. I'm bored of this immaturity.
What's good about Biden's policies?
What's wrong about Trump(other than funny looks)?
It's not the man you want in charge, it's the policy. Why would you vote Biden?