Donald Trump 2020 presidential campaign

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Experience, success (see Donald Trump achievements). President Trump restored prosperity by removing the Obamacare mandates which were designed to retard job growth for 8 years and create dependency on the Washington bureaucratic class. By his 100th day, it was clear that Trump had disrupted the liberal political establishment agenda.[1] According to Reuters, President Trump had "begun to reshape American life in ways big and small."[2]

Trump has called the Chinese bluff - who have used the Democratic Socialist Republic of Korea (DPRK) as a proxy province, forcing previous administrations to acquiesce to nuclear blackmail and the dictates of Chinese trade deals which have flooded the American market with cheap manufactured goods, and have destroyed American jobs and the middle class. Trump is the first American president to implement the unspoken national security consensus that the way to de-nuclearize tensions on the Korean peninsula is to force China to do it in trade negotiations and agreements.

He undid many of Barack Obama's executive orders.[3] Has taken the lead to reform FBI and Department of Justice corruption, expanding healthcare coverage for workers and small businesses, prescription drug pricing, and prison reform. Reformed Obamacare to provide portability and cover pre-existing conditions. His policies led to much progress for blacks, homosexuals, and Jews.[4] President Trump's Second Chance Hiring and Workforce initiative to undo the damage of the racist Democrats' 1994 New Jim Crow Crime Bill authored by Joseph Biden and pushed by Hillary Clinton to deal with 'Superpredators' after the Central Park jogger attack, has been lauded by civil rights leaders and Van Jones. He received some help from Congress to advance his agenda,[5] although Mexican tariffs have produced more money for border enforcement than the Democrat-controlled House.

By the beginning of 2019, President Trump had either kept or made progress on many of his campaign promises.[6]

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Reference

  1. Derespina, Cody (April 29, 2017). 100 Days of Disruption: How Trump rewrote the presidential script. Fox News. Retrieved April 29, 2017.
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  2. Whitesides, John (September 28, 2017). Beyond the daily drama and Twitter battles, Trump begins to alter American life. Reuters. Retrieved October 6, 2017.
    Article also published in the conservative media:
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  4. Pollak, Joel B. (February 22, 2019). Blue State Blues: Trump Is the Most ‘Progressive’ President Ever for Blacks, Gays, Jews. Breitbart News. Retrieved February 22, 2019.
  5. Boyer, Dave (May 29, 2018). Trump sees Congress buck tradition of legislative loafing, make significant progress on agenda. The Washington Times. Retrieved May 29, 2018.
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  6. Multiple references: More on President Trump's accomplishments in his first two years: See also: