唐纳德·特朗普总统是唯一一位在进入白宫之前没有政治经验的现代总统。你要追溯到赫伯特·胡佛和大萧条,才能找到一位比特朗普更缺乏竞选经验的总统。大多数缺乏政治经验的总统都有很强的军事背景,包括德怀特·艾森豪威尔总统和扎卡里·泰勒总统。特朗普和Hoover既没有政治经验也没有军事经验。不过,政治经验并没有必要进入白宫。美国宪法对担任总统的要求中没有一项包括在入主白宫前当选为总统。一些选民实际上喜欢那些没有政治经验的候选人;那些外来的候选人在华盛顿特区并没有受到腐败的影响。事实上,2016年的总统竞选中,有几位候选人从未担任过总统职务:退休的神经外科医生本·卡森。和前技术主管Carly Fiorina。然而,在白宫任职而没有在民选办公室任职的人数很少。甚至我们最没有经验的总统——伍德罗·威尔逊、西奥多·罗斯福和乔治·H·W·布什,在进入白宫之前都曾担任过总统。美国历史上的前六任总统曾担任过大陆会议的民选代表。从那时起,大多数总统都担任过州长、参议员或国会议员,或者全部三人。在白宫任职前曾担任过民选职位,当然不能保证总统会在这个国家的最高职位上表现良好。想想詹姆斯·布坎南,一位技术娴熟的政客,他因为没有在奴隶制问题上采取立场或者在分裂危机期间进行谈判而被许多历史学家评为历史上最糟糕的总统。同时,艾森豪威尔在对美国政治科学家和历史学家的调查中经常表现良好,尽管他从未在白宫任职。当然,亚伯拉罕·林肯也是,他是美国最伟大的总统之一,但是以前几乎没有什么经验。没有经验是有益的。在现代选举中,一些总统候选人通过把自己描绘成局外人或新手而在不满和愤怒的选民中得分。有意远离所谓的“政界”或精英人士的候选人包括披萨连锁店执行官赫尔曼·凯恩、富有的杂志出版商史蒂夫·福布斯、以及商人罗斯·佩罗,他们曾举办过历史上最成功的独立竞选活动之一。不过,大多数美国总统在当选总统之前都曾在民选办公室任职。许多总统首先担任州长或美国参议员。少数人在当选总统之前是美国众议院的成员。

美国芝加哥大学政治学Essay代写:没有政治经验的总统

President Donald Trump was the only modern president who had no political experience before entering the White House. You have to go back to Herbert Hoover and the Great Depression to find a president who is less experienced than Trump. Most presidents lacking political experience have strong military backgrounds, including President Dwight Eisenhower and President Zachary Taylor. Trump and Hoover had neither political nor military experience. However, political experience does not necessarily need to enter the White House. None of the constitutional requirements for presidency includes being elected president before taking office in the White House. Some voters actually like candidates with no political experience; those from outside are not affected by corruption in Washington, D.C. In fact, in the 2016 presidential campaign, several candidates never held presidential office: retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson. Carly Fiorina, former technical director. However, there are very few people in the White House who do not work in elected offices. Even our least experienced presidents, Woodrow Wilson, Theodore Roosevelt and George H. W. Bush, served as presidents before entering the White House. The first six presidents in American history served as elected representatives of the Continental Congress. Since then, most presidents have served as governors, senators or members of Congress, or all three. Having held elected office before the White House, there is no guarantee that the president will perform well in the country’s highest office. Think of James Buchanan, a skilled politician who was rated by many historians as the worst president in history for not taking a stand on slavery or negotiating during the split crisis. Meanwhile, Eisenhower often performed well in surveys of American political scientists and historians, even though he had never served in the White House. Of course, Abraham Lincoln was one of the greatest presidents in the United States, but he had little experience before. It’s good to have no experience. In modern elections, some presidential candidates score among disgruntled and angry voters by portraying themselves as outsiders or novices. Candidates who want to stay away from so-called “politicians” or elites include Herman Kane, executive of the pizza chain, Steve Forbes, a wealthy magazine publisher, and Ross Perot, a businessman who has run one of the most successful independent campaigns in history. However, most U.S. Presidents served in elected offices before they were elected. Many presidents first serve as governors or senators. A few were members of the U.S. House of Representatives before they were elected president.

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