Trump keep­ing prom­ises

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor - CHRISTO­PHER MOODY Gaithers­burg, Mary­land

The Amer­i­can peo­ple are slowly but surely re­al­iz­ing that Pres­i­dent Trump is not part of yes­ter­day’s Repub­li­can Party. First of all, he is a fighter. That’s new for Repub­li­cans. Sec­ond, he re­ally is for the mid­dle class. His tax plan low­ered taxes on the mid­dle class and raised taxes on the rich, as ev­i­denced by the out­cry from states with high state and prop­erty taxes.

Third, he isn’t be­holden to the deep-pock­eted groups that force the rep­re­sen­ta­tives they have in their pock­ets to vote a cer­tain way or say cer­tain things. Fourth, he has re­jected the glob­al­ists, the “one-world” crowd, for “Amer­ica first.”

Peo­ple across Amer­ica in all groups are re­spond­ing to what they are see­ing first-hand: Mr. Trump us­ing his busi­ness skills and knowl­edge to re­ally “make Amer­ica great again,” which means more good-pay­ing jobs for all, in­clud­ing blacks, His­pan­ics, women and every­one else.

The old Repub­li­can Party was de­void of new ideas and dis­trusted by the peo­ple. Mr. Trump is the foun­da­tion for a new Repub­li­can Party rep­re­sent­ing all of us.

In spite of his lack of eti­quette and de­port­ment, the peo­ple love his frank hon­esty and lack of po­lit­i­cal pol­ish. His re­sults show that he knows what he is do­ing — be­cause, amaz­ingly, he is keep­ing his prom­ises.

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