When Donald J. Trump campaigned in 2016, he promised to Make America Great Again. Another promise President Trump made to voters is that after eight long years of being beaten down, and “losing everywhere” under the leadership of Barack Obama and his administration, he was going to make Americans feel like winners again.

President Trump told a crowd of his supporters at a rally held in D.C.to protest Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran, “We are led by very, very stupid people. We cannot let it continue. We are a country that owes 19 million dollars.” He continued to bash President Obama’s disastrous two terms in office and promised that he was going to make America win again. Trump told the voters, “We will have so much winning if I get elected, that you will get bored with winning. Believe me, he told the crowd at a We are going to turn this country around,” he promised.


When Trump said he was going to make America great again for all Americans, he meant it. When he promised to “win bigly,” by improving our economy and put Americans back to work, he wasn’t just making a campaign promise to get elected, he meant it.

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According to a top economist, Trump’s exceptional economy will likely be the reason he is re-elected in 2020.

CNBC – Nobel-prize winning economist Robert Shiller believes a recession may be years away due to a bullish Trump effect in the market.

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According to the Yale University professor, President Donald Trump is creating an environment that’s conducive to strong consumer spending, and it’s a major force that should hold off a recession.

“Consumers are hanging in there. You might wonder why that would be at this time so late into the cycle. This is the longest expansion ever. Now, you can say the expansion was partly [President Barack] Obama,” he told CNBC’s “Trading Nation” on Friday. “But lingering on this long needs an explanation.”

Shiller, a behavioral finance expert who’s out with the new book “Narrative Economics,” believes Americans are still opening their wallets wide based on what President Trump exemplifies: Consumption.

“I think that [strong spending] has to do with the inspiration for many people provided by our motivational speaker president who models luxurious living,” said Shiller.

If Moody’s, who has only been wrong one time since 1980, when they incorrectly predicted Hillary Clinton would win in 2016 (like 99% of the other pollsters and analysts) is correct in their recent prediction, President Trump is going to win his bid for reelection in 2020 handily.
Three models show Trump getting at least 289 electoral votes and as many as 351, assuming average turnout.

CNBC reports – Barring anything unusual happening, the president’s Electoral College victory could easily surpass his 2016 win over Democrat Hillary Clinton, which came by a 304-227 count.

Moody’s based its projections on how consumers feel about their own financial situation, the gains the stock market has achieved during Trump’s tenure, and the prospects for unemployment, which has fallen to a 50-year low. Should those variables hold up, the president looks set to get another four-year term.

In the stock market model, Trump gets a 289-249 edge, while the unemployment model shows a 332-206 advantage. Across all three models, Trump wins 324-214.

Do you think Trump will win again in 2020? Do the Democrats are fighting to bloody him up with unjustified impeachment proceedings because they know they have no chance of beating him fair and square at the ballot box? Are you better off now than when Barack Obama was President?  Tell us what you think in the comment section below.

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