As a hero who has spent most (if not all) of his life fighting villains (he created), Mr. Trump has acquired many skills and he is determined to be crowned HERO at the end of his mission. His unwavering ability to be consistently wrong is the most powerful weapon he has against all types of evil; coupled with his unflattering but persistent ability to lie to everyone about everything and his annoying behavior to completely ignore any reference to his lies, Mr. Trump is without a doubt “a hero of his own life”. Though most logical and honest individuals try their best every day to speak truthfully, Donald Trump on the other hand has been very consistent at lying. He lies about unimportant matters, he lies about critical issues; he lies as if his life depends on it. Maybe it does. Mr. Trump’s consistency follows closely Adolf Hitler’s prescription: “If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed.” It is Hitler’s re-statement of his prescription which Mr. Trump seems to have clung to “Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it.” It is unfortunate the president of the United States is consistent for all the wrong reasons and in all the wrong aspects.