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The Cost of Presidential Extremes

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Even the most ardent Trump supporters have to admit that his administration was marked by soaring highs in public policy and personal behavior that struck new lows.

President Trump was the right man for the job when he was inaugurated for one simple reason: the American economy was continuing to...

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  1. The hate for Trump, because he was so much more brash than they wanted their children to be, is childish at best and babyish at worst. It takes a much stronger individual to tolerate a person like Donald that is improving the life of all Americans, and Making America Great Again, even though he did it so brashly. So now that they didn’t vote for Trump again, or worst voted for Biden, we all will have to tolerate DC and Porta Rico being the 51st and 52nd states, 4 to 6 more Supreme Court Justices, 30, that’s right the real number 30 MORE Million Democrat voter that were illegals just last year, but will be voting citizens, even if they can’t speak English, by next year. And the cost of everything made in America will cost so much more because fools, don’t understand that with the new $15 an hour minimum wage, means businesses have to raise the cost of products, in order to cover their larger profits. Yes larger, because business works on a % profit and now with higher cost the % profit will be larger adding to the cost of everything, then they will want a $30 minimum wage, soooooo stupid!

  2. The conditions that brought on Donald Trump are repeating themselves. We are now looking at unchecked Globalism, loss of energy independence, loss of jobs for average Americans, foreign intervention (because Iran, Russia, China, North Korea, and the likes will not respect this administration), and increased growth killing regulation. Will a Trump-like person happen in 4 years or 8, I don’t know, but it will happen.

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