From Tweets to Speeches, North Korea to a highly scrutinized meeting with Putin, from healthcare to deregulation and a job surge the world of Donald Trump is busy and diverse. You can hardly keep up. In spite of all of the distractions, history will remember the speech and Ambassador Haley at the UN Security Council. Those are what matters.
Normally it would be a great week for the President. Great economic news, the infrastructure summit, and the President was largely vindicated with the Comey testimony. Normal is not how the press behaves with this President. The media spent 2 weeks speculating what former Director Comey was going to say to the exclusion of real coverage of economic news, missiles shot off in North Korea and Rhamadan Terrorist attacks around the world by the Islamic Radicals. Frustrated, President Trump predictably unleashed @realdonaldtrump. You can see our retweets of the highlights on our twitter feed or of course visit @realdonaldtrump. The #FakeNews MSM doesn't report the great economic news since Election Day. #DOW up 16%. #NASDAQ up 19.5%. Drilling & energy sector... 12,859 replies 21,142 retweets 81,515 likes Reply 13K Retweet 21K Like 82K Direct message Donald J. TrumpVerified Read more
Welcome to a new column that we are introducing. Trump World may have multiple authors. This President has been interesting for news. One of the best ways to deal with it on a local blog may be a new weekly (or more when necessary) summary of the world from the perspective of Presidential policy, tweets, or speeches. The President had the most meaningful foreign trip of any President's first-time venture since Teddy Roosevelt. He addressed terrorism, got praise from Muslim leaders, Jewish leaders, and Christians concerned about terrorism. He righted the relationship with Saudi Arabia by preferring it to Iranian hegemony. He put NATO on notice to act like a real partnership, not an American protectorate. This week Donald Trump proved his worth. He withdrew from the Paris Accord. Seventy-five billion annually in new foreign aid will not happen. One trillion in costs to our economy Read more