Trump has been successful in his first year
Monday, December 11, 2017
As we sit here almost a year into Donald Trump’s presidency, it’s truly amazing to me when you separate the accomplishments from his sometimes ridiculous tweets, how successful he has been.
Despite the daily attempts from the dishonest liberal media, even more unhinged lunatic ramblings from Hollywood celebrities and every other liberal democratic snowflake along with Democrats marching lockstep with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer to obstruct everything Trump says or does, Trump has turned this country around from the disastrous 8 years of Obama.
How many times must CNN apologize for false reporting on Trump and his team? I’m done counting. ABC’s Brian Ross joined fellow liberal hacks posing as journalists, Brian Williams and Dan Rather for reporting false or “fake” news. Someone famous once stated, “If you don’t read the newspaper you are uninformed. If you do read the newspaper you are misinformed”. Have truer words ever been spoken?
The American Taliban will stop at nothing to destroy Trump. Of that, there is little doubt. Trump immediately put conservative Neal Gorsuch on the Supreme Court, which in my book automatically qualifies his first year as a huge success. He put every politician, Democrat and Republican, who only cares about getting re-elected on notice that you will either cooperate with (Trump) or you will be exposed for who you truly are.
The wall will be built and Trump is bringing back American pride once again. After eight years of Obama, not one ally trusted us and no enemy feared us. Those days are over. The November job reports were just released smashing economists’ expectations of 200,000 new jobs when 228,000 were actually created. The stock market is at an all-time high, job openings- all-time high, unemployment rate — lowest in 11 years. Consumer confidence — 17 year high. New home sales — 10-year high. New home average price — all time high. Federal manufacturing — all time high. This ladies and gentlemen is the Trump economy. How’s your 401K doing?