Republican Party has to move forward
I hate to say this: I believe that Donald Trump has outlived his usefulness. There is no way that he can become the effective president that he was previous to last November. His narcissism is what lost him the election with his ridiculous tweets. Again, his extreme egomania makes him rise above presidential issues and seeks only revenge.
The Republican Party had better get their act together and recreate a political force, rather than just worrying about how to hold on to their financial wherewithal.
Norman T. Coleman
Some of us really miss President Trump
Leo Wotan did an excellent job citing Donald Trump’s many accomplishments during his four years as president.
Trump obviously achieved much more than his predecessor who mostly spouted arrogant, deceitful talk, with very little action. I would add a few more of Trumps’ voluminous accomplishments, including record-low unemployment for all demographic groups including women and minorities; progress in affordable health care, school choice, law and order, election integrity, border control, strengthened military, and energy independence; as well as bringing vital industries back to our shores, and developing in record time the vaccines that are currently bringing back a degree of normalcy after a year of enduring the catastrophic COVID pandemic.
He also stood for four years as the lone bulwark to halt our country’s slide into a socialism — a disease far worse than any pandemic. Note that these beneficial Trump policies are the very-same policies that our current president has been attempting to reverse with his endless executive fiats.