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What’s next in the post-Mueller re­port world? Sim­ply put, Pres­i­dent Trump con­tin­ues to take care of busi­ness and move for­ward just as he has for the last two years, mak­ing sig­nif­i­cant gains on a va­ri­ety of fronts de­spite end­less at­tacks from press and po­lit­i­cal ri­vals. Pe­riod.

“Even if some Democrats want to spend more time on dis­cred­ited al­le­ga­tions, the Amer­i­can peo­ple can be con­fi­dent, the pres­i­dent and I are go­ing to con­tinue to fo­cus where we al­ways have, on the is­sues that are most im­por­tant to our coun­try, on a stronger and more pros­per­ous Amer­ica and on a safer world, and that’s ex­actly what we’ve done since the first day of this ad­min­is­tra­tion,” Vice Pres­i­dent Mike Pence told the re­cent Amer­i­can Is­rael Pub­lic Af­fairs Com­mit­tee in the nab­tion’s cap­i­tal.

“De­spite a rov­ing spe­cial coun­sel and des­per­ate Democrats trail­ing him ev­ery step of the way, Pres­i­dent Trump has kept his fo­cus where it be­longs: achiev­ing for the Amer­i­can peo­ple. He is mak­ing his­toric eco­nomic progress that ben­e­fits all Amer­i­cans, all to make Amer­ica great again,” says Brad Parscale, man­ager of Mr. Trump’s re-elec­tion cam­paign.

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