Skip to comments.The eight reasons we enthusiastically endorse Trump for reelection
Posted on 10/27/2020 2:12:13 PM PDT by Diana in Wisconsin
Four years ago, Donald J. Trump presented himself to the American people as a brash, vulgar, gold-plated reality star seeking a political career in which he promised to bounce the entrenched Washington political set off the ropes of a pro wrestling ring and pound them into the canvas. It all seemed so self-serving and absurd.
Sure, he had built a massive real estate empire and lent his name to gleaming skyscrapers. But he had no track record whatsoever in the political world. We had no reason to trust that Mr. Trump would be a good steward of the economy, a fierce defender of our homeland or even a protector of our most cherished constitutional liberties.
For the first time since our founding in 1982, this paper declined to endorse anyone in the 2016 presidential election.
The stakes are exceptionally high, we noted a week before the election. But we left it to the native wisdom of the people to choose between two flawed candidates.
Today, four years later, Mr. Trump has endured the tumult of our times to build a clear track record in key areas worth reviewing:
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Trade & Immigration
Has Mr. Trump been perfect? No. This is, after all, politics. But his record of achievement in his first term is unmatched by any president in modern times. A second term is likely to bring more successes and a stronger America.
For these reasons, we enthusiastically endorse Mr. Trump for reelection.
Nobody is perfect.
People need to stop expecting that.
“”””But his record of achievement in his first term is unmatched by any president in modern times.”””””
Pretty amazing that he got all that done while he was fighting off endless investigations and an impeachment.
With mail in voting, these endorsements should have been published weeks ago.
Washington Times, Boston Herald, and other Trump supporting media should do the intelligent thing and turn off their damn paywalls between now and the election.
It does no good for an undecided voter to see a link like this on FB, Twitter, or anywhere else, decide to go take a look, and then get hit in the face with a paywall block.
1982? The Washington Times has to have been around longer than that!
So, I looked it up. 1982 is correct. I learn something new every day here.
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