The author is an observer, a biomedical research scientist and an academician, a son of a father (who is surviving past 100) and an average American independent Voter. This book is based on research of verifiable material that is in the public domain and in particular, the NY Times and Fox News. The author has attempted to share his thoughts by commenting extensively on the NY Times readers forum. Writing of this began around Christmas time 2019 when the USA had become a tale of 2 countries, divided along party lines, and between those that dislike, the 45th president of USA, Donald J. Trump (DJT) and those that like the state of the American Union and results of the DJT's presidency. The world finds itself in the way it is today, is one of optimism for world peace, diminishing terrorist threat, confidence in a just world but with heightened awareness that climate change is rapidly occurring and that carbon emissions and pollution needs to be drastically reduced. Among those that did not embrace or even accept the election of a democratically elected US president are those that suffer from DJT derangement syndrome since his election in November 2016, which needs to be alleviated. I am never going to demand of anyone to vote a certain way, not even my friends or my relatives. To those outside the US who dislike DJT should note that they did not vote in American election but not to close their minds to the critical analysis of a side of the DJT presidency beyond his tweets and some of his utterances that deserve a fair assessment. DJT years are at a historic moment when the US house of Representatives have voted for articles of impeachment along mostly party lines. DJT years are turning out to be the best for the USA and the world in the opinion of the author at least in this century and possibly in 100 years. In November 1918, world war I ended. It was supposed to be an end to all past wars and a beginning of new era of world peace. It did not end that way as we all know. There was world war II that ended with the dropping of nuclear bombs in heavily populated cities of Japan, the Korean war, the Vietnam war, the Iran-Iraq war, 3 India Pakistan wars, liberation wars, the cold war, the regime change wars in the middle east, America's longest war in Afghanistan and so on. Even though the United Nations was formed to resolve conflicts peacefully, the big 5 dominated the dynamics of conflicts between nations or blocs because of the conflicts of interest of each of the big 5 who built military hardware to support their own large military industrial complexes. The wars of the past 100 years have resulted in over 100 million premature deaths at the hands of cruelty of fellow human beings barbaric acts of killing fields The past 100 years have seen the highest level of pollution of our planet than ever before and unsustainable population growth which has resulted in growing incidences of non-communicable and communicable diseases. Enter DJT. No pollster, pundit, press reporter thought that a person who had never held an elected office would have a chance to win against the most formidable woman candidate in American history without winning the popular vote. Even this author before he was impressed with DJTs punctual appearance at his rally in Louisville, Kentucky, USA considered DJT to be a joke and thought the US voters will call him out with his own words on his reality apprentice TV show "You are fired" That rally was a clarion call to pay attention to DJT. What was a major awakening was the enthusiastic support and energy of those gathered at the rally in the author's hometown. The author left the rally with the lasting thought that DJT was destined to greatness and that America could benefit immensely if he does what he promises to do during his campaign. His opposition to the useless, endless regime change wars was music to the author's ears. His passion to make the world safer was appealing. The reality is a promise.