President Donald Trump: Busy With His Pen – Signs His First Executive Orders On Inauguration Day – January 20, 2017

President Trumps Handwriting Evaluatedunnamed.jpg

 The signature alone does not give the whole picture of the writer but his/her public image they wish to project: it may be stylized or embellished. Also the signature  may appear exaggerated in form. If the signature does not differ in size from one’s writing, and the writer acts similar most of the time, what you see is what you get. This is addressed in my book: Handwriting Analysis: Discover Your Own Vocational/Career Potential  in Chapter 2: Frequently Asked Questions. With that said, I have gleaned a few outstanding observations from his signature. 

The first thing that caught my eye looking at President Trumps signature, is his sharp rigid writing and his tent like formation that suggests strong stubbornness  which can provide a good defense in negotiations. He is definitely not a push-over. His reversed letter “p” indicates he likes attention drawn to him and shows determination to get what he wants. The fluidly of his connected signature indicates the ability to smoothly shift from one thought to another. Also, his needle like letters imply keen comprehension or the ability to grasp or understand ideas instantly and express himself easily in writing or speaking. His sharp analytical/investigative thinking pattern shows he is capable of sorting ideas and facts to determine their value which aids any kind of thinking, plus helps solve and gives insight as to the nature of the problem and where answers may lie. He has a great conservative nature, plus the aggressiveness, initiative and alertness to opportunity that a person running for president needs.  Last, he shows strong self-esteem, directness and forcefulness to get the task done. The only draw back he hold his own views and may not always consider others ideas and practices. As I mentioned early last year…in dealing with our new president Donald Trump you better not be sensitive, it’s his way or the highway.

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