Is Trump unpresidential, or just unconventional?
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Is Trump unpresidential, or just unconventional?

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Donald Trump was a candidate like no other, and now he's a remarkably unconventional president. His critics are aghast at his conduct—swearing at rallies, tweeting insults and calling unstable world leaders names seems undignified and even dangerous to many. But his supporters applaud his behavior. They say Trump's unvarnished talk, decisive action and desire to flout convention is just what we need. Even Trump described himself as "modern day presidential." What do you think?

The Votes Are In!

Fox News host Neil Cavuto ripped into President Trump for his unpresidential behavior in dealing with the LaVar Ball controversy on Twitter.

“Last time I checked, you are the president of the United States. Why don’t you act like it?”

Many applauded Cavuto and others at Fox like him who have become increasingly tired of the president's childish behavior.

Others said his refusal to unequivocally condemn white supremacist violence in Charlottesville and insistence that there was wrongdoing "on many sides" was perhaps his most unpresidential moment.

And Trump's threat during his United Nations speech to "totally destroy" North Korea alarmed both Americans and the international community.

But others welcome his bombastic style, and say it's exactly what 21st-century America needs.

Others applaud Trump for telling it like it is.

And Trump himself claims he is redefining the meaning of presidential.

 Still, 70 percent of Americans say he's not acting like a president.

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