I don't think the camera is important. Certainly it is good enough equipment.
The decision to make Trump so crisply in focus, and to have the American flag and capitol appear blurry, and the odd blue color cast of the capitol building seem almost to have a mocking and critical overall effect. One is a hard reality, and one is out of focus and unreal.
Probably unintentional? The challenge of a backlit outdoor background through a window.? I agree, the least one could do would be to have the flag in focus.
I also agree that "Predator Trump" was the result, intended or not. The stern expression, combined with the only non-flat object in the frame makes him appear to be jumping out at, and attacking you!
On the other hand, that could be exactly what Trump wanted...I personally, don't like it. It isn't at all natural. Just my two cents, and a couple weeks behind at that!
Oh, I should say it is apparent that Toni-a has high standards for those who do portraits. I actually believe Toni-a was sufficiently offended by technical details of the photo, that he seriously wanted to get an evaluation of the photo's merits. So, I am going to have to ignore the politics and just give the portrait maybe....3 out of 10? Most of the three because Trumps hair looks about as good as I have seen it.