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Politics : A Real American President: Donald Trump

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To: FormerLurker who wrote (290030)7/10/2021 10:39:39 PM
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However, I must sadly agree with the central premise of that article. He should not/must not run again. He should relish the thought that he did indeed, against all odds, win the Presidency! (BOTH OF THEM) For the sake of the USA which he truly loves, let another worthy Republican take the reigns re the next election & support him & his ticket with all the skill & abilities at his command. Among a few others, De Santis certainly comes to mind.

I didn't read the article but saw the premise. I totally disagree.

Yes, DJT failed in the personnel aspect BUT he was dealt a rotten hand. The dims slow walked every appointment and those who would have been good, would never have been confirmed. The reps joined in right away to authorize multiple investigations on the Russians and election fraud.

OTOH, DJT was better in almost every aspect than any president in my lifetime. He stuck up for the middle class and kept us out of wars. He was making headway into peace in the ME. The economy was roaring and jobs were coming back.

DJT is a fast learner and as Alan already pointed out we have a huge corrupt unelected fuckups who will fight him at every turn.

The forced aligned against President Trump (that won't allow another win) are the same forces destroying the country and prosperity. If a republican wins, it will be back to "business as usual".

Maybe I'd accept Desantis but that is a maybe. The rest are "owned'" as evidenced by the likes of Jim Jordan backing off going after big tech.

I'd rather die on my feet than live on my knees.
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