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Trump’s First 100 Days

    Donald Trump

Despite what you may hear from the Mainstream press and liberal pundits and snowflake protestors,  Trump has accomplished more in three months than Obama did in eight years. Recently Dick Morris laid out Trump’s accomplishments in his daily column as listed here:

The really odd thing about Trump’s hundred days is that Euclid notwithstanding, the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.  The record of Trump’s hundred days is much better than the sum of his actual achievements.  And, in a way, that was to be expected.  It is the idea of Trump, much more than the reality of his actual programs, that represents radical change.  And it is a belief in the kinds of decisions he will make — more than any specific policy reversals — that is persuading entrepreneurs to invest money, create jobs, and take risks where they would never have done so under Obama.

Look at the comparison between the whole and its parts:

The Whole

•  Job growth up 30% over Obama’s last three months

•  Dow up 11%

•  NASDAQ up 12%

•  Existing home sales up 4%; New homes up 5%

•  Illegal border crossings down 71%

•  Trade deficit down 10%

•  Barometer of current economic conditions highest since November 2000

•  Biggest jump in business confidence in eight years

Quite an impressive track record.

But ObamaCare is still on the books.  The Border Wall is not even begun.  Trump’s signature proposals are still just proposals.

So why the improvement?

It’s that business people and job creators have confidence in Donald Trump.  And because, on dozens of different fronts, they can see that there is a new management in town.

EPA: Get Out Of The Way

•  Keystone Pipeline approved

•  Reversing Obama regs on power plants

•  Rolling back vehicle emission standards

•  Killed regs on small streams and rivers

Seal The Border

•  Banned refugees from terrorist nations

•  5,000 new ICE agents

•  No federal money to sanctuary cities

•  Big cuts in H1-B Visas


•  Rescinded federal orders to local police limiting law enforcement

•  Formed task force on opioid abuse

•  Ordered study on cutting attacks on police


• Imposed $3 billion in fines for illegal imports


•  Ordered flexibility in rules for insurance plans

Draining The Swamp

•  Banned lobbying by former gov’t employees for 5 years

•  Lifetime ban on lobbying for foreign goats

•  Cut two regulations for each new one

•  Eliminated rules for federal contractors

•  Federal hiring freeze

•  Audit of all federal agencies

Good measures to be sure, but hardly enough to account for the turnaround in confidence and business attitudes.

So the real change, as always, was putting Trump in the Oval Office. Trump’s Hundred Days: The Real Story

And after all this, they still call for his impeachment. They are still so upset and can’t believe that they lost with Hillary that they have become completely unhinged. Up until 9 p.m. on election night Hillary was ahead. By midnight she lost and Trump won. This sent the libs into a psychosis and mental hysteria that has set them off unhinged like never before never to recover it seems wanting to change the election results. Never mind all the good Trump is doing, the country be damned. They are like little kids stamping their feet and slamming doors when they don’t get their way.

Get over it people. The new jobs report shows a record  500,000 new jobs have been created since Trump deregulated Obama’s regulations and the stock market continues to soar and he has appointed a constitutionalist to the supreme court and another may come soon.  Do you actually think these things would be occurring if Hillary was in office? I highly doubt it. And Trump is just getting started.

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Jim Clayton

I am a retired former newspaper reporter and retail sales person. I'm a politically conservative easy going person from New Jersey. I am married to a wonderful wife and like talking and writing about movies,, concerts I attend and current events all which I write about here. I would enjoy hearing from anyone on my articles and they can write to me here.

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  1. In the 1950’s and 1960’s they put people who acted crazy in state mental institutions.

    There weren’t that many crazy people walking the streets back then.

    No one had ever heard of a liberal.

    In the 1970’s states closed vast portions of state mental institutions citing cost as the reason. State government officials saying they thought they would attempt to control crazy people by leaving them at home and giving them medications instead of locking them away. Because the states felt they could no longer afford to house the mentally ill unless they were the most severe mentally ill cases.

    The cost to the states and the nation because we stopped locking up crazy people is what we have in American streets today. The crazies have almost cost us our free Republic and our free nation.

    FEMA camps could be converted into temporary mental health facilities until new mental institutions could be built in each state.

    It would seem mental institutions could possibly be as necessary to defend America’s national security as it is necessary to have a military fighting force to protect and defend America.

    Crazy people do crazy things. Insanity seems like it spreads like one rotten apple in a barrel of apples will rot the whole barrel of apples. Crazy people through their insane thinking seem to have infected much of society’s thinking with their insane ramblings and ideas.

    If America don’t get the crazies off the streets I fear America will soon meet a fail nation fate.

    Liberals are mentally ill. They appear through their actions not to be able to deal with reality.

    In this case reality is President Donald Trump.

  2. Jim….let’s add the fact that inspite of MSM and Schumer gang he is actually KEEPING PROMISES…and TAKING ACTION…unlike the greedy leaches

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