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Why Trump Suggests Going After Hillary After Saying He Wouldn’t

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During the presidential campaign, Donald Trump attacked Hillary Clinton for her crimes and his followers chanted “Lock her Up!!!”

After the campaign when Trump won he announced that she had been through enough and he wouldn’t pursue charges against her. Trump believed in letting bygones be bygones and start anew with a fresh clean slate. He didn’t count on the fact that Hillary is a ruthless, vindictive person and she and her followers came after him with a vengeance bringing up false charges of a Russian collusion which they were guilty of.  Trump’s  reply was expressed with an “Ok if that’s the way you’re going to play then all bets are off and I’m pursuing charges again for all your dirty crimes against America” attitude and I don’t blame him one bit. I would do the same thing if I were in his shoes. Hillary and her cohorts in the Democrat party are pure evil and power mad using every dirty trick to achieve their own selfish self-preservation means to an end.

Recently on the FOX show “The Five”, panelist Lisa Booth commented that Hillary is the type of person that would sell her own daughter for her personal gain causing Chelsea to attack her back naturally as a daughter would when her mother is attacked. Although Lisa was speaking figuratively she was right in her assessment on Hillary.

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Trump is up against a lot in the swamp that needs draining. He’s up against the media, the Democrats and RINOs in his own party that is all part of the deep state that supported Hillary. They are all just as guilty as she is in one way or another.

It seems that Trump is hiring more enemies than friends in his administration. Jeff Sessions being one who I always thought of as weak. I preferred Trey Gowdy, but Gowdy didn’t want the position.

In an interview with the Wall Street Journal on Tuesday and again in response to a question at the press conference with the Lebanese prime Minister President Donald Trump  expressed his disappointment in Attorney General Jeff Sessions  and questioned the importance of Mr. Sessions’s early endorsement of Mr. Trump’s candidacy, but the president declined to say whether he planned to fire him.

“It’s not like a great loyal thing about the endorsement,” Mr. Trump said in an interview with The Wall Street Journal. “I’m very disappointed in Jeff Sessions.”

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Asked whether he would remove Mr. Sessions from office, Mr. Trump said he was disappointed in the attorney general ’s  decision to recuse himself from the probe into Russia’s meddling in the 2016 presidential election. “If he had told me before hand he would recuse himself I wouldn’t have hired him,” Trump said.

“When they say he endorsed me, I went to Alabama,” Mr. Trump said on Tuesday, recalling the endorsement. “I had 40,000 people. He was a senator from Alabama. I won the state by a lot, massive numbers. A lot of the states I won by massive numbers. But he was a senator, he looks at 40,000 people and he probably says, ’What do I have to lose?’ And he endorsed me. So it’s not like a great loyal thing about the endorsement. But I’m very disappointed in Jeff Sessions.”

Mr. Trump blamed Mr. Sessions’s recusal on the Russia probe as the reason the Justice Department named Robert Mueller as special counsel in charge of the investigation. Mr. Mueller’s appointment came after Mr. Trump fired former FBI Director James Comey, who had been overseeing the investigation.

I did some research and discovered that If you read and listen to the media, you would think the entire country disapproves of the job President Trump is doing.

But what the media doesn’t tell you is that these so-called “Presidential approval and disapproval” polls the media keeps conducting and broadcasting are usually surveys of American adult residents (even including illegal aliens) – not surveys of registered voters or even actual voters.

All that matters is what actual voters think.

Some research indicates that in a rematch between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump would win the popular vote this time by 3 points. This includes California, New York, and all the states won by Hillary.

It would be an absolute blowout in the battleground states that matter – like Florida, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania.

Polling research also shows that President Trump has not experienced any erosion of support among those who voted for him, but that six percent of those who voted for Hillary Clinton would likely switch their vote to Trump.

So the bogus polls you are seeing in the media are complete distortions of reality. All that matters is those who vote. That’s a why we must continue supporting Trump. He is doing so much good for the country despite what the biased destroy Trump media is telling you. The elections of 2018 and 2020 are going to be very important if we are to continue to survive as a nation.

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About 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.

One comment

  1. Joseph O'Donnell

    I agree Mr. Clayton. The way the media takes after President Trump is very reminiscent of the way they covered Ronald Reagan in the 1980’s. The media feels as though they control the country. Now we see they do not and this time their pissed.

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