Trump proved right on tariffs, market, North Korea

Well, well, well. Now, what are you libs going to scream? The sky is falling? “Trumps going to start a trade war and destroy the world economy.” It’s sung daily from the mainstream media.

As usual they are dead wrong again. News flash: South Korea and China capitulate to Trump’s threat of tariff on steel and aluminum. They have already made huge concessions in the U.S.’s favor. All due to his threat of tariffs. You guys could not have been more wrong again.

Stock market makes record one-day jump. How many times does this need to happen before you get it. He knows exactly what he’s doing.

“He’s going to get us in a nuclear war with North Korea.” Wrong again. Little Rocket Man scared to the table. America is winning with Trump.

The worse part of this. Libs hate this. They want us to lose even if it’s Trump doing what’s right that works. Sad commentary isn’t it ?

P.S. How’s that economy doing these days. I remember all the lib media and experts after he won the presidential race saying the stock market will crash. Have you guys got one thing right?

Mike Mitchell

Stanwood

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