Why won't Trump declare himself an Emperor just like Julius Caesar did?
Rome also used to be democracy before Caesar at the beggining, then it became an Empire. Being an Empire is much cooler than being a boring democracy
Caesar Augustus* not Julius. sorry for mistake
- 2 weeks agoFavorite Answer
It will be better hahaha
- ?Lv 52 weeks ago
seems you know little about history dont you , with a name like javid we can see why ..
- 2 weeks ago
Well your biden team is more like China who deletes there president to over throw only weak country's do that
- 2 weeks ago
He already has, in his own mind. LOL
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- moondrop000Lv 52 weeks ago
Well, in the end times it is written that the anti-Christ will stand in the temple of God and declare himself to be God. I can totally see Trump doing something like that. I have never seen anyone else I could have imagined doing that. Interesting. Many would believe it.
- 2 weeks ago
Well he did talk about going for 3 terms, did try to steal an election, tried to stack the courts in his favor by posting what he thought were loyalists, replaced pentagon officials with loyalists so yes he practically has declared himself as such. But since everyone is abandoning him it looks like he will remain nothing more than a lame duck president.
- robert2020Lv 62 weeks ago
If you feel like that, then you should move to North Korea. There you don't have to worry about thinking for yourself. Kim just tells everybody what to think.
No way for me. I don't want censorship and propaganda. They would go with living under dictator ruleSource(s): Julius Caesar never became emperor, despite his trying hard. His nephew Augustus had that title given him by th he Senate, after the 3 civil wars.
- The First DragonLv 72 weeks ago
Because in this respect he was more like Brutus: he had no desire to be Emperor. Caesar himself was never Emperor, though the mob had offered him that title.
- Anonymous2 weeks ago
Julius Caesar didn't declare himself an emperor. Like many dictators after him, he used the cloak of legitimacy. He declared himself Dictator, which was an official, though little used, position in the Roman Republic. It would only be years after his death when his nephew and adopted son Octavian won control of Rome that it would become an empire.
- tham153Lv 72 weeks ago
Julius Caesar never held the title Imperator (Emperor), that title was taken by Caesar Augustus, his grandnephew (and rumored illegitimate son). Your history is as defective as your warped politics.
- Donnie PorkoLv 72 weeks ago
We’re not a democracy. We’re a republic. If we are a democracy, trump would never have been president. In a democracy, the majority has the say.
To be an emperor, you need power or strong support. Trump has neither.
Where's Brutus when you need him? That’s funny and clever. Maybe it should be changed to, Et up, Pence.