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5 hypothetical situations if Donald Trump was the president of FIFA

Imagine if Donald Trump was the president of FIFA. Okay, you don't have to, we have done the sin ourselves....


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The things that Trump would do if he was FIFA president

If creating controversy and being in the news was a sport, then Donald Trump would have been the best player of it. The POTUS has bewildered the world with his embarrassing antics, most recently tweeting that “nobody could have done what I’ve done for Puerto Rico.”

Ever since he was announced as the Republican candidate that would run for the presidency, he has been making the headlines for all the wrong reasons. Right now, after 266 days in office, most can’t wait for his reign to be over.

In the beginning, it was kind of funny. Now, however, things are getting out of hand as America—well, wait a minute. Why in the world am I even talking about politics on a sports website? Well, I guess this is the effect of Donald Trump.

Let’s get to the point now, imagine if this man was the leader of FIFA. No? Don’t want to imagine it? Alright, you don’t have to – we have already dreaded ourselves with that scenario and envisaged 5 potential repercussions of it.


#5 Women's football would be objectified

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It wouldn't be shocking if they were forced to wear shorter clothes

It seems as though Donald Trump has some real issues against women. His move to roll-back on the Obama-era mandate that required employers to provide women with insurance that covers birth control is his latest assault against women.

One could actually write a book covering the number of times the POTUS made sexist remarks against women. If I had to pick one, it would be the “locker room talk” where he asked the people in the room to “grab ‘em [women] by the pu**y” because “they [women] let you do anything if you are a star.”

Shameful. Sickening. Repulsive.

So, as the president of FIFA, Donald Trump would have definitely objectified women's football by asking them to wear tighter and shorter clothes.

Also, given his reputation for being attracted to only the “beautiful” women, he would perhaps make a move to ban all the players that he would deem as unattractive. The further treatment of the players would also be foul, to say the least.

 

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