Trump’s Common Sense Business Savvy Can Win The Day And Save The Country
Real estate mogul and global business icon, 69 year-old, Donald Trump announced his candidacy today for president of the United States in a press conference from Trump Tower in New York City Today just before noon.
Trump, who has $9.2 billion in assets and a net worth of more than $8.7 billion said that he would file his federally required statements on time, while waving the figures from his accountants in a prepared sheet in his hand for the crowd to see. “I will be the greatest jobs president that God ever created,” he said, “I’ll bring back our jobs and I will bring back our money.”
While talking about his astute business acumen, Trump said, “Americans deserve better than what they get from their politicians, who are all talk and no action.” Trump went on to say, “I have built a great company, created thousands of jobs and built a tremendous net worth with some of the finest and most prestigious assets in the world, and very little debt.”
“Our country needs a truly great leader and we need a truly great leader now. We need somebody who can take the brand of the United States and make it great again,” Said Trump. Trump’s daughter, Ivanka Trump said, while introducing Trump to the crowd, “My father is the opposite of politically correct. He says what he thinks and he means what he says.”
Trumps obvious business acumen and knowledge of negotiating trade deals were two of his many selling points. Trump berated President Obama on his hiring of poor trade negotiators and said that he knew the best negotiators in the business and would hire them to renegotiate all of our trade agreements. While mentioning China, Trump said, “They’re killing us,” referring to China’s unfair trade practices toward America.
Trump’s powerful entrance into the 2016 presidential race completely changes the political dynamics for republican frontrunners. His common sense business, ‘take no prisoners’ attitude of getting America back on track will play favorably with republicans, disillusioned democrats and many independents. Trump is the 12th republican to enter the 2016 presidential race.