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PRESIDENT TRUMP’S FIRST 100 DAYS

Whether you agree or disagree with what President Trump is doing, there is little disagreement that he has done a lot since being sworn in as President on January 20, 100 days ago.  If you disagree (like media pundits Judith Miller and David Gergen), you probably have either not been paying attention or have been only watching CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, or MSNBC, since those T.V. stations usually do not report the positive actions the President has taken or downplay/twist his accomplishments.  On the other hand, brilliant journalist Chris Wallace, son of the late great journalist, Mike Wallace, said that President Trump has done more in his first 100 days than any other President he’s ever seen.  Here’s a partial list of the President’s accomplishments in his first 100 days in office:

1. Created and announced the largest reduction in Federal income tax rates that the U.S. has ever had.

2. Worked with the Congress in an effort to have Obamacare replaced with a much better and less expensive healthcare insurance.

3. Signed 30 Executive Orders largely directing various Federal agencies to eliminate specific job-killing regulations.

4. Signed 28 bills into law.

5. Selected a great judge to become his first Supreme Court justice (Neal Gorsuch).

6. Appointed an extremely well-qualified cabinet.

7. Decreased illegal alien border crossings by 73%.

8. Dow Jones Industrial Average increased in value by over 6% (increased over 14% since he was elected on November 8).

9. Met with  numerous groups at the White House (businessmen, union leaders, all 100 senators, etc.) in furthering an agenda to increase jobs, etc.

10. Met with numerous heads of State (like Israel, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Japan, England, Germany, Italy, etc.) to improve relations.

11. Re-established the United States as the world leader by bombing a Syrian airfield when Syria used chemical weapons against its citizens.

12. Used the “Mother-of-all-bombs” (MOAB) on ISIS, killing 94, demonstrating that the U.S. is now serious about destroying ISIS.

13. Convinced China to work to stop North Korea’s nuclear weapons program.  China consequently turned back shipments of North Korean coal, placed 175,000 troops on the China-North Korean border and told N. Korea that it would place sanctions on it if there were further nuclear tests.

14. Agreed with Mexico and Canada to attempt to renegotiate NAFTA to make it fairer to the United States.

15. Approved the completion of both the Keystone and Dakota Access oil pipelines thereby saving the more dangerous train and trucking of the oil.

16. Cancelled U.S. participation in the very flawed and harmful-to-the-U.S. Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).

17. Etc., etc., etc.

I’ve followed politics since 1960, beginning with the Kennedy-Nixon debates, and have never seen any President do more or work so hard in his first 100 days than President Trump.  Let’s see what happens in the next 1360.  President Trump has become a genuine “Jobs President.”  His policy positions are superb for the United States and his “in-your-face” and negative campaigning style I believe were instrumental in Donald Trump becoming President Trump.  If he continues improving in being more prudent in choosing the words he uses in his tweets and comments, I believe he will change many hearts and minds of Independents and Moderate Democrats and will be re-elected in 2020 by a landside.

 

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