So yesterday Donald Trump told the world about his "foreign advisers". One of them is George Papadopoulos.
Having had, evidently, 5 jobs in the last year, and currently residing in London, I guess Mr. Drumpf considers him an expert in world affairs. (I am only quoting from Mr. Papadopoulos' LinkedIn page, which as of today shows what you see here:)
Perhaps compared to The Donald himself, George is an expert.
I could accept that Mr. Papadopoulos might be considered for an entry-level position in the State Department, but then again, why should Trump be expected to do better than those who vote and campaign for him.
By the way, Thomas Jefferson said "The man who reads nothing at all is better educated than the man who reads nothing but newspapers.". What would he say in the days of the internet?
Mr. Trump should be aware of these word from Robert Frost: Education is the ability to listen to almost anything without losing your temper or your self-confidence.