Donald J. Trump
the greatest president ever!
HERE IS WHY DONALD J. TRUMP IS THE GREATEST PRESIDENT EVER!
Beginning with the stock market attaining record-breaking numbers, exceeding 25,000 points for the first time ever and the fastest 1,000-point gain in the DOW's history. In fact, under President Trump, the DOW reached its 100th record during his election.
Unemployment is close to levels unseen since the first moon landing. It ticked up more, but even that rise came as more workers came off the sidelines and started looking for work. So far about 5m jobs have been created under Trump.
Withdrew the USA from the Paris Climate Agreement, ending the threat of U.S. governance by international bureaucrats; and unequal funding ratio, the Lions share being expected from the USA.
Overhauled the mismanaged Veterans Administration, allowing veterans a more vast array of health care choices.
Imposed economic sanctions on Venezuela’s socialist dictatorship and revising Obama’s deals with Cuba.
Taking border control seriously and taking numerous tough actions to combat illegal immigration and reduce overall immigration levels.
Ending the Iran Nuclear Deal – Gone are the days of coddling the mullahs who have terrorized America and our allies for decades. Instead of counting the billions of dollars of cash sent via secret nighttime flights by the Obama administration, the Tehran regime now faces a U.S. leadership determined to thwart its tyranny and prevent its nuclearization.
Trump has insisted on bringing back US troops from Syria and Afghanistan. Trump has decided not to directly contest Iranian influence in Syria with US troops. He threatened “fire and fury” against North Korea, but has since claimed to have good personal relationship with Kim Jong Un.
Confronting China – Much of the heartland anxiety that vaulted Trump into the Oval Office emanates directly from the abusive economic warfare waged by China for decades against the United States. At long last, those workers find a champion in Donald Trump, who slapped serious tariffs upon Beijing and finally forced the regime to negotiate fairly. America now embraces its strong bargaining position and demands reciprocity in trade and an end to rampant industrial theft and piracy.