Trump is def­i­nitely on the road to re-elec­tion

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For those poor souls who still be­lieve that the com­mies stole the elec­tion from poor hil­lary and that don­ald Trump’s cam­paign team col­luded with the big, bad Ruskies to take the elec­tion from the self-en­ti­tled demo­cratic can­di­date, then I have some bad news for you.

Trump will not be im­peached. The Rus­sians did not steal the elec­tion. hil­lary was a ter­ri­bly in­com­pe­tent cam­paigner and deeply flawed can­di­date.

Trump will not re­sign midterm be­cause he is not get­ting his way. or out of pique or bore­dom. The GoP es­tab­lish­ment will not dump Trump now, in 2018, in 2020 or ever.

Be­cause it is very ob­vi­ous to this writer that Trump is on his way to a fairly easy re-elec­tion.

But ac­cord­ing to such main­stream poll­sters as Post/cBs polls (36% ap­proval rat­ing), Trump’s ap­proval ratings are far lower than those of obama and Bill clin­ton when they were pres­i­dent. such polls sug­gest Trump is in big po­lit­i­cal trou­ble.

so, you may be think­ing, what kind of Trudeau-ap­proved medic­i­nal weed am I smok­ing? the rea­sons for Trump’s solid sup­port in his base. Trump is slowly and me­thod­i­cally ful­fill­ing his cam­paign prom­ises.

dur­ing the elec­tion Trump pri­mar­ily cam­paigned on im­prov­ing the econ­omy and job prospects for work­ing peo­ple and mid­dle-in­come peo­ple. he went af­ter the heart of hil­lary’s sup­port in the six Mid­west mid­dle-in­come swing states of ohio, north carolina, Michi­gan, Wis­con­sin, Penn­syl­va­nia and Florida.

Trump won those states and the pres­i­dency. That is Trump’s path to vic­tory in 2020. Ac­cord­ingly, since Jan­uary, Trump has fo­cused on and held ral­lies in those six crit­i­cal swing states.

dur­ing the cam­paign, Trump threat­ened to tear up the nAFTA agree­ment or at least rene­go­ti­ate it on more fa­vor­able terms to the u.s. and to Amer­i­can work­ers. For the first time in 20 years, nAFTA is back on the ta­ble and canada’s dairy in­dus­try is un­der at­tack.

Wis­con­sin dairy farm­ers are pleased. As op­posed to obama, Trump has made se­ri­ous ef­forts to en­sure the ma­jor auto man­u­fac­tur­ers in­vest and ex­pand their op­er­a­tions in Michi­gan.

As promised, he is en­cour­ag­ing the ex­pan­sion of the coal in­dus­try in Penn­syl­va­nia and ohio. Trump backed out of the job-killing Paris cli­mate ac­cord.

Trump has given a green light to Amer­ica’s boom­ing oil and gas in­dus­try. he ap­proved the key­stone pipe­line, which should gen­er­ate good in­dus­trial jobs in Amer­ica’s heart­land.

Trump and his ad­min­is­tra­tion are rapidly re­mov­ing many job-killing, anti-busi­ness obama-era reg­u­la­tions. The ef­fect is to kick start pri­vate com­pa­nies in north carolina, Florida and through­out the whole coun­try.

Trump is push­ing for a sub­stan­tive re­duc­tion in jobkilling taxes on small and medium-sized com­pa­nies. Again, good news for job cre­ation. Trump de­liv­ered on ap­point­ing a very strong solid con­ser­va­tive ju­rist in neil Gor­such to the supreme court.

Trump will win again in 2020. yu­uge!

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