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Judge for yourself - here's a guide:
integrity (honesty, courage, etc.)
personality (charisma, cool under pressure, etc.)
intelligence (enough to converse with experts in myriad disciplines)
agenda (depends on your perspective - for example)
leadership (setting tone/expectations, talent recognition/delegation, etc.)
Because everyone knows Trump to be such a paragon of virtue...
'The president put “his own political interests” ahead of “U.S. national interests,” Bolton writes, “not just on trade questions but across the whole field of national security.” Virtually every decision, according to Bolton, was “driven by re-election calculations.” Trump’s behavior with Russia and Ukraine substantiates that indictment. So does his collusion with China.'
This often happens with viruses - they can tend toward increased transmissibility and lower lethality.
A) the ratio of variants present in a given area shift over time
B) a lethality of 2 per 10,000 has the same result as 1 per 20,000
C) they also tend toward antibody resistance
"there is no such thing as a grammar style"
Then you shouldn't have used the term.
There are "grammatical styles", and they say the usage is proper.
Your own sources all concur:
Can't quite muster up the attention span to make it to the end, eh?
"1. Capital letters and abbreviations ending with capital letters are made plural by adding s alone. Examples: three Rs, two Cs, HMOs, FAQs, Ph.D.s, DVDs
However, use an apostrophe before the s where confusion might otherwise result. Examples: three A's, too many I's, two U's (The plurals might otherwise be seen as As, Is, and Us.)"