American Greatness: Why Trump is Destined for an Historic 2020 Win
by Conrad Black
QUOTE: Trump is not going to be running as an unsuccessful president as Carter did, or even as a marginally successful president as the Bushes and Obama did. He has delivered tax cuts and reform and great prosperity, as Reagan did, and he is the first president to deal seriously with illegal immigration and oil imports and nuclear proliferation to rogue states (Iran and North Korea), since those crises arose. He has refused to be stampeded by the eco-Marxists while doing nothing to backpedal on the environment itself, and has partially delivered on trade imbalances and will almost certainly reach a much improved trade arrangement with China.
Contrary to the assessments of Trump-haters who supposedly know something about the economy, such as Paul Krugman and the Economist magazine (which on the subject of Trump is as drivelingly hostile but not as amusing as Vanity Fair or the Daily Beast), this economy is not going to cool out appreciably in the next 18 months. As was mentioned here last week, the Democrats are going to pay heavily for the disgraceful Russian-collusion red herring.
Wrong. The national debt that he pledged to pay off in eight years has increased by more than two trillion dollars under his watch, did you hear that, over two TRILLION. And the balanced budgets that he pledged to run, bragging about how easy it is, well he has signed record budget deficits. The money for his tax cuts was BORROWED.
Everything is borrowed you imbecile. Obama created more national debt then all other presidents combined. That ignorant socialist pig more than doubled the national debt in a mere 8 years. Trump is finally bringing back good jobs and growth which is necessary to eventually lower spending.
You cannot BORROW something that you never had and was never yours in the first place. Thats MY money. You’re a friggin’ half-witted moron
" Barring something completely unforeseeable, this president will have a stronger argument for reelection next year than any president since Richard Nixon in 1972 after his extraordinarily successful first term, if not Franklin D. Roosevelt’s double reelections in 1936 and 1944."
70% of Wall Street thinks Trump will be reelected in 2020
A new poll of Wall Street insiders shows that a vast majority expect President Donald Trump to win reelection in 2020.
While Joe Biden was viewed as the most stock market-friendly possible Democratic candidate for the White House, more than 70% of survey respondents told global investment bank RBC Capital Markets that they expect Trump to be reelected.