Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have agreed to be locked in a room together with only 60 minutes to escape! The only way out is to work together; solving puzzles and riddles and deciphering codes that ultimately result in their freedom. Unfortunately, Hillary doesn’t have much to say to Donald aside from telling him that he lives in his own reality, and Donald’s never ending case of the sniffles prevents him from hearing her anyway. This is their last chance to develop some communication skills and foster positive thinking.
If (and when) they fail to escape, Donald will most likely claim that the game was rigged, and Hillary will likely try to destroy any evidence that it ever happened. One thing we know for sure… these two presidential hopefuls are prime candidates for a team building exercise. The real question is, why did they agree to overcome their differences and engage in productive problem solving? The answer has yet to be released by WikiLeaks. It’s possible that it’s still under audit by the IRS. As for now, we can only speculate.
When it comes to teamwork, if the overall team fails, then everyone fails, even if a specific member of an element within the team did their job successfully. Pointing fingers and placing blame on others contributes to further dissention between teams and individuals, as we have witnessed in mass effect this campaign cycle. In order to truly be successful, individuals and teams must find a way to work together, communicate with each other, and mutually support one another. Their focus must always be on how to best accomplish the mission.
Does the agreement between Donald and Hillary to be locked in this room prove that they are in collusion? Have they agreed to build a bridge instead of a wall? As far as we know… that email may never surface.