Trump can re­vive the na­tion

Baltimore Sun - - FROM PAGE ONE - Den­nis Stevens, Linthicum

Amer­ica is gen­er­ally worse off now than in 2007 due, in part, to Pres­i­dent Barack Obama’s failed at­tempts to ad­dress our ma­jor prob­lems — un­em­ploy­ment (gov­ern­ment re­ports that 5 per­cent are job­less is false; the true fig­ure is closer to 12 to 15 per­cent), race re­la­tions and the ter­ri­ble emer­gence of ISIS whose mem­bers have caused so much de­struc­tion in Syria and Iraq.

Former Sec­re­tary of State Hil­lary Clin­ton would con­tinue in the same di­rec­tion. Don­ald Trump would bring his ex­ten­sive busi­ness ex­pe­ri­ence and abil­ity to wheel and deal to the pres­i­dency. Ba­si­cally, he is street smart (“Trump’s scorched earth,” Oct. 10).

Busi­ness is the pri­mary source of jobs. Mr. Trump is a tough ne­go­tia­tor and would know how to pro­tect the in­ter­ests of Amer­ica. The pri­mary role of gov­ern­ment is to pro­tect her peo­ple. The GOP nom­i­nee un­der­stands this. His theme says it all: “Make Amer­ica Great Again.”

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