The First 10 Days

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We are just 10 days into the 1st Trump Administration. And the President is hard at work. There is no ongoing inaugural party or post parties. The President even cut short some events during the inauguration weekend so he could get to work on making America great again.

President Trump is not only a man of words. He is a man of action. He is rarely idle, sleeps very little, and is a workaholic.

The Liberals have been shocked and outraged in these first 10 days. President Trump has been keeping his campaign promises. And the Liberals are mad about it. And it also confuses them as well.

Their politicians make campaign promises as well. But they rarely keep any of them. Liberals make them to appease voter blocks to get votes. Telling them exactly what they want to hear. And once elected the Liberal politician does whatever they like instead. Full of empty promises.

But Donald Trump doesn’t fit the typical politician mode. He is unconventional. And it is a welcome change to the way we view our government. Finally someone that listens to the people again.

President Trump is already in the process of renegotiating trade deals, securing our sovereign borders, building the wall, providing new jobs, and moving our country towards energy independence. All of this in just the first 10 days.

We are only one-tenth of the way through the first 100 days and the future is looking very bright and hopeful. There is a lot of work yet to be done in th next 90 days and the coming 4 years.

President Trump is the right man for the job. His work ethic is top notch. And he is well on his way to becoming the greatest President of the 21st century.

President Donald J. Trump!

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President Donald Trump is sworn into Office today. And its not the end of the world. Just like it wasn’t the end back in 2008 when Obama first took Office. We survived it and you can survive the next 4 to 8 years as well.

President Trump is the legitimate President of the United States. His election meets all of the requirements set forth in the Constitution. And that is the only thing required to be President.

If you are a citizen of the United States, then Donald Trump is your President. Even if you didn’t vote for him or don’t support him. You may disagree with him and his policies. But he is still your President. That is part of how this Great nation works.

In four years, in the 2020 election, come up with a better candidate if you can. But until that time support the Office if you cannot support the man in it. Don’t disrespect the Office.

I personally believe that Donald Trump will surprise a lot of people. He will make an outstanding leader, unlike any we have seen before him. And America will again rise above and be seen as the world’s beacon of hope and freedom.

I have high expectations of my President. And yes I have been on the Trump Train since the Iowa Caucus. So I do support Donald Trump and his stated policies. But I will also be critical of his actions and policies if they do not meet my expectations.

All eyes are on the President. He is not like the others that came before him. Which is part of his appeal to the voting public that elected him to Office.

But we did elect him to make changes in the direction our country was heading in. And that is what he has to do now.

Pray for him. Our nation’s leader needs your prayers.

The Clear Choice

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Donald Trump is the Republican nominee for President of the United States. This is no longer a presumption, it is fact. And if history is correct he will also be the 45th President.

The anti-Trump movement hasn’t gained any steam. The anti-Trump movement hasn’t produced a viable 3rd party candidate to seriously challenge the major party nominees. So other than being loud crybabies, the anti-Trump movement has failed.

There are only 2 options come November. You either vote for Hillary Clinton or you vote for Donald Trump. Not voting for one or the other or both doesn’t help the Republican win the election. It’s a fact that not voting at all only helps the Democrat candidate. It’s solid history of our elections folks, not a whimsical statement.

So if your preferred candidate didn’t get nominated. Look at the two who did. One of them is clearly a better choice than the other. It’s a known fact that Barak Obama, a lawyer, has his eyes on the Supreme Court. If Hillary Clinton gets elected, he will become a life member of that body when she nominates him to it.

Hillary Clinton’s policies are the same as Barak Obama’s failed policies. Higher taxes, less freedom, more division, pandering to our enemies. After all, what difference does it make. A hell of a lot actually.

Donald Trump isn’t as conservative as some would like. I get that. I understand that. I even agree with that. It’s a fact. But he is more conservative than Hillary Clinton. His choices for the Supreme Court are far better than who she is planning to bring to the court.

Donald Trump isn’t going to tax us into serfdom. And his other policy ideas are good on their first reads. We will have more money in our pockets, our freedoms will be restored, there will be more unity, and our enemies will know we mean business.

So come November, there is only one clear choice. Donald Trump, the Republican nominee to be the 45th President of the United States. Anything else is failure of the highest order.