posted on Feb, 21 2016 @ 08:14 PM
It's just different political motives.
Trump is saying what he believes will best protect the interests of those living in the U.S. (Which is why he's popular even if breaking the implied
rules about having to be "PC". He's not pandering to the interests of those in other countries, or things favorable to multi-national conglomerates
that operate behind the scenes.) If it upsets some Mexicans, then tough. He's not campaigning for their presidency.
As where the Pope is saying anything that'll bring in more people to his particular sect of organized Christian religion. It's been losing a lot of
people in recent history, so he's taking all comers and pandering to concerns that could earn him more followers. If it encourages people to break
laws or causes economic and diplomatic stress, then so be it.
None is all that worse than the other if you think about it that way.
edit on 21-2-2016 by pauljs75 because: (no reason given)