Here’s what Trump accomplished

Thank you President Trump and your administration for:

Fixing the Veterans Administration hospital crisis so veterans can get the medical care they need.

Replacing NAFTA with USMCA trade agreement that was passed by Congress 385-41 and 89-10.

Your economic programs that saw the lowest unemployment of black and Hispanic citizens prior to covid-19.

Efforts on bringing manufacturing jobs back to the U.S.

Work on a Southern border wall to stem the tide of drugs entering our country.

Making us energy independent.

Enforcing the NATO rules for partnering nations to pay their fair share.

Following through on moving the U.S. embassy in Israel to Jerusalem.

The historic normalizing of relations under the Abraham Accords between Israel, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco.

Appointing judges that follow the Constitution rather than legislate from the court.

Supporting one of our most vulnerable citizens, the unborn child.

Getting out of the Iran nuclear deal and returning to U.S. sanctions.

Providing the necessary military arms to Ukraine to defend itself against Russia’s attacks.

The work to defeat ISIS which protected countless Muslim lives.

His trade effort policies with communist China.

Operation Warpspeed to respond to covid-19 to have vaccines developed by allowing scientist to develop and brokering procurement deals prior to approval so they would be ready for distribution once approved among other things.

Tom Castor


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