America wanted an outsider. We got one.

America wanted a fighter. We got one.

America wanted a President who would put the American people before politics. We got one.

America wanted a President who would put American citizens before illegal aliens. We got one.

America wanted a President who would do what he promised he would do if he got elected. We got one.

America wanted a President who would bring jobs back to America from overseas. We got one.

America wanted a President who would help minorities and women to find jobs. We got one.

America wanted a President who would make us feel proud to be Americans again. We got one.

America wanted a President who would Make America Great again. We got one—We got Donald Trump. 

Much to the dismay of hundreds of Democrat lawmakers, President Trump’s approval numbers continue to remain steady, in spite of the worst attack on a sitting President in history from an opposing political party.

From The Hill – Democratic pollster Pia Nargundkar said in an interview that aired Tuesday on Hill.TV that President Trump’s approval rating has not yet seen any notable bumps, despite any legislative victories the president may have or any negative attention he has received.

“Gallup did an analysis at the end of last year and found that President Trump actually has the most steady approval rating of any president in history,” Nargundkar, a senior associate at ALG Research, told host Jamal Simmons on “What America’s Thinking.”

“Some people take the pessimistic view of that and say nothing he does affects him,” she continued. “Some people take the optimistic view and say look, he never had a honeymoon period. He hasn’t had any large bumps due to his trade policy or his tax cut or anything like that. So no matter what it’s going to just sort of stay in that zone.”

“I feel like that’s been born out so far,” she said.

Trump fulfilled a major campaign promise at the end of 2017 when he passed his tax cut plan. He is currently locked in trade negotiations with China after vowing to get the upper hand in Washington’s trade relationship with China.

It all comes down to promises made—and promises kept.

 


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