MAGA starts today, let's see if it grates on the 1 percenters

So begins Day One of the Trump presidency. In a few short hours Donald Trump will take the oath of office and become the 45th President of the United States.

It may be the greatest social experiment in history, but it also could be one of the most tumultuous.

Certainly today’s Trump is much different from the man who began this journey two years ago. The bombastic primary candidate in Iowa, shredding all comers with words seldom heard during political campaigns is far more tempered.

However Trump is still from the outside with little allegiance to party or backers, so from that stand point he could still be considered a loose cannon.

Geroge Soros, billionaire globalist speaking in Davos Thursday at the World Economic Forum, where the 1 percenters meet annual to worry about us common folk, said that Trump will fail and the euphoria over his election will be short-lived.

Soros did not lay out what failure meant, however. After eight years of sluggish, stop and start growth, with a ballooning debt load of $20 trillion, what is success?

Something like three percent annual GDP growth could make Trump a winner in his first year, since Obama was the first President not to record one during his tenure.

Moving more Americans into full-time, benefits-paying jobs, so that kids can work at McDonald’s and other traditional part-time service jobs would be another notch in Trump’s belt.

However, the Davos participants don’t want to see those things happen. They prefer a weakened US, moving closer and closer to a socialistic society. More in keeping with the Davos agenda.

So let’s wait and see what happens after 12:00 pm EST today. I don’t think we will have to wait long for the fireworks to see what a Trump Administration will do to MAGA.