During a busy “working” vacation, President Donald J. Trump remains hard at work on his golfing game while the not low-energy Trump still manages time to tweet assault the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) credibility (Because–that is exactly what non-lazy innocent people do, right?). As a reminder, the President is still at “work” after his signature “tax cut” victory, eliminating as much Obama as possible, and bravely making “Merry Christmas” great again.
Trump’s overhaul of the U.S. tax system is in the President’s words:
“The bottom line is, this is the biggest tax cuts and reform in the history of our country. This is bigger than, actually, President Reagan’s many years ago.”
Of course, the haters and the “facts” rebuff President Trump’s claim by pointing out:
For months Trump has refused to recognize larger tax cuts in history, of which there have been many, or to grant that other presidents have enacted big tax cuts since Ronald Reagan in the 1980s. The White House won’t explain how he arrives at his conclusion.
An October analysis by the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget found that it would be the eighth biggest since 1918.
However, nobody can argue that President Trump made saying “Merry Christmas” great again. After all–no one was saying “Merry Christmas” when President Trump took office back in January. Furthermore, during his first 11-months in office, the President still found time to spend over 100-days at one of his own properties. The losers and haters try to use this against the President as proof that his September 2016 promise to never leave the White House or have time to golf was a lie. However, these people fail to tell the “real” story, the President is just doing his “alternative job” to oversee his business interests.
Unlike previous Presidents that chose to divest from their dealings to avoid potential conflicts, President Trump has both the energy and honesty to simultaneously serve as the President and a bigly business owner. Plus, he did promise to avoid conflicts of interest. To further confirm his vow, in a vulgar display of transparency, he even presented a big stack of papers–for all to see. So, no matter what the losers, haters, and “facts” might say–no conflict, OK?
These losers and haters need to accept the “alternative” reality that no one has done more in ten-months (now eleven, twelve will follow, and then on to thirteen, etc.) than President Trump.
Nobody has seen anything like Trump’s work ethic, honesty, list of accomplishments, and popularity–everyone is talking about it, believe me. The media (minus a select few like Fox “News”) will not report that. No, now their focus seems to be on publishing the end-of-2017 recaps and “fake” polls. One such end-of-year poll, from Gallup, claims:
“Americans once again are most likely to name Barack [Hussein] Obama and [Crooked] Hillary Clinton as the man and woman living anywhere in the world they admire most, as they have for the past 10 years.”
The Gallup poll also insists that President Obama beat the closest competitor, the second-best, President Donald Trump as “The Most Admired Man.” The long history of Gallup’s “The Most Admired” poll shows out of 71 times since 1946 the sitting U.S. President won 58 times. Thus, the Gallup poll is alleging that President Donald J. Trump is a bigly loser joining an exclusive list of previous incumbent losers that include the likes of Harry Truman, LBJ, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, and George W. Bush (in 2008). However, the aforementioned result should not come as a shock.
After all, these are the same type of polls that would likely claim ‘Crooked’ Hillary Clinton has a zero percent chance of being impeached over the Uranium One deal.
Speaking of an additional insult to President Trump’s ego injury, the 2017 Gallup poll claims ‘Crooked’ Hillary Clinton as being 2017’s “Most Admired Woman”–her 16th straight victory out of her record-breaking 22-titles.
Certainly, this latest poll will not really hurt President Trump’s ego. For Trump, there is always next year. No matter what the Mueller investigation might uncover, the truth remains that the Republican-controlled House will block any attempt to impeach President Trump. However, if they did, there’s no way that two-thirds of the Republican-controlled Senate will vote him out of office.
Although, yours truly does enjoy writing and making clever cover-picture designs that make fun of President Trump’s loss in a popularity contest–my words, along with Trump’s second-place finish in the annual Gallup poll–mean absolutely nothing. Regardless of how clever my digs at Trump might be or how far his poll numbers fall–Donald Trump still remains President of the United States. Alone, there is nothing my sarcasm can do about it, but my words as a call to action might make a difference. So, here goes, read this carefully, do your part and remind others:
Ladies and Gentlemen, this is a reminder–the 2018 election is rapidly approaching. Unlike the select few poll participants that get the pleasure of hurting Trump’s ego, all eligible Americans have a great opportunity to make a real difference in the only poll tallies that matter–the 2018 election. Make a difference, register, and vote.