Trump voters: is this a good list of Trump s achievements?
Trump biggest achievements
-Record debt/deficit and lying that he would get rid of all the debt.(biggest deficits in recorded history. )
-Paying off a pornstar to keep quiet about their affair/immoral behavior(first in recorded history)
-projected 32% unemployment rate(highest in recorded history)
-Record 6.6 million filing for unemployment benefits(highest in recorded history)
-Failing to repeal and replace the ACA
-Stock market crashes every 3 hours(more stock market volatility in record history)
- SocratesLv 711 months agoFavorite Answer
So not only do you post an intellectually dishonest question, but your political ego is SO HUGE you've got to do it twice.
If you don't want to vote for Trump, fine, but at least have the intellectual honesty to least leave these question for ACTUAL Trump supporters to answer, unless you are afraid of something that is, are you?
HERE ARE THE FACTS. Conservative voters got fed up with politicians who forgot why they got elected when they went to Washington. They get caught up in the politics, the political minutia and lose the nerve to do what they feel is right. Many Conservative voters thought they saw something in Trump and thought he wouldn't be prone to that. They turned out to be very right, more so than they ever thought. This is why support for Trump has done nothing but grow since 2016, even by those who are put off by his bloviating antics.
What Trump has done in the last 3 years is turn the economy around into the strongest economy the country has seen in the last 15 years at least. He has taken on tough problems other presidents kicked the can down the road on for decades. This includes illegal immigration. It includes trade issues with China on issues like American intellectual property, trade imbalances and too much dependency on them in areas manufacturing, this now on full display due to COVID-19. He pushed through a major new US, Canadian, Mexican trade partnership (USMCA), eliminating a number of problems with the old one (NAFTA). He has taken a very visible stance with the pro-life movement.
Even though the stock market has taken a hit from the coronavirus. The economy is still fundamentally strong thanks to Trump's work over the past 3 years. The market is reacting mostly to skittish investors' fears over the coronavirus, although some stocks will be legitimately adversely effected for the near future due to supply chain and travel issues. This fundamental strength is what will help it recover. This is unlike the crash of 2008, where the economy had systemic problems that needed fixing before it could recover. This crash cannot be hung on Trump. He could have made some short-sighted choices to appease the market on the short-term but sacrificing far more lives in the process over the long-run. Those choices still wouldn't have stopped the inevitable.
Trump implemented restrictions on travel from China in January. Liberals called him "racist" for doing so. They were the ones who still hadn't got a grasp of the danger presented by the Chinese coronavirus yet, not Trump. This one action is credited with keeping the number of infected and dead from the coronavirus to be as low as they have been compared to the rest of the World, like Italy.
More travel restrictions on other regions as well as other actions have been implemented since then. Trump has been ahead of the game from the beginning. In the last week of February he held a televised press conference outlining all the Administration's actions done so far, formerly introduced the Administration's point team that was handling the coronavirus and gave a timeline of actions to come.
There have been daily briefings by VP Pence, who is heading up the team, ever since. As of March 9th, major medical labs that doctors use have the means to make all the coronavirus tests they need. Testing capacity will continue to increase. It has taken time for the pharmaceutical industry to get to this point. As of March 13, travel restrictions from continental Europe are now in effect. The UK and Ireland followed shortly after that. The first preliminary test of a vaccine started on March 16.
Trump's deficit spending WOULD have been less than Obama's (who held the record previously) if it hadn't been for the NEED to spend on the coronavirus thing. Are you saying he just should have ignored the coronavirus existence?
- Anonymous11 months ago
All lies from liberals ,Democrats had not passed any bills for 2 years