Holy Smokes! Look What President Trump Has Done Now

You will be pleased to see and hear what Trump has done now. When he starts getting compliments from people who did not vote for him, you know that his policies and actions are grabbing the attention of everybody. Well, not everybody. There are people out there that have the Trump Derangement Syndrom so bad that they become incoherent at the mere mention of his name. We will not address their problems. Let us look at the people who are being won over and why Trump keeps on winning.

As Written and Reported By Michael Goodwin for the New York Post:

During a recent dinner, a liberal friend gave me a shock. “I didn’t vote for Trump,” she said, “but I have to admit I like that our country is on top again. I’m proud that we’re the most powerful country and that others respect our power.”

Hear, hear, I’ll drink to that.

It’s premature to declare the death of the foolish idea that America is in permanent decline and must accept a lower rung on the global ladder. But as my friend astutely observed, it is already clear that American Exceptionalism is making a comeback, and you don’t have to support President Trump to appreciate the benefits of his policies.

No rational American can oppose North Korea’s tentative promise to give up its nuclear weapons. Almost as important is the fact that Trump’s threat to withdraw from the Iran deal is leading Europe, especially France, to concede that the deal is flawed and must be toughened.

Then there’s the groundbreaking agreement of Arab countries to work with America — and Israel — to curb Iran’s aggressions. There also are signs that China, Japan and South Korea are willing to revise their trade deals with the …….

THERE IS WAY MORE HERE KEEP READING:

Trump is putting the US back on top

 

Leave a Comment

We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, vulgarity, profanity, all caps, or discourteous behavior. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain a courteous and useful public environment where we can engage in reasonable discourse.