We really can’t argue with the notion that Donald Trump may have bitten off more than he could chew during the 2016 election. In hindsight, we were just a little gobsmacked.
For the first time in a very long time, we had a candidate for President who wasn’t a career criminal, er…politician. This was incredibly uplifting for the silent majority of conservative Americans who had whisked themselves away from the public eye over the course of the last 8 years. But then, as Trump began making promises to We The People, a great many believed them to be far too lofty.
Of course, we don’t yet have a border wall, but that is as much the fault of the democrats as it is of the immigrants themselves.
We do, however, have a North Korean dictator coming to the table for denuclearization and reunification with South Korea, all at the behest of Donald Trump and his unorthodox diplomacy. We also received a big win with the first step toward dismantling Obamacare.
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Now, in a move that is going to reverberate across the leftist echo chambers of the mainstream media for weeks, President Trump has finally nullified the Iran Nuclear Deal infamously brokered by Barack Obama.
President Donald Trump announced his decision to withdraw from the Iran deal on Tuesday, keeping his campaign promise to end the agreement reached by former President Barack Obama.
“This was a horrible one-sided deal that should have never, ever been made,” Trump said. “It didn’t bring calm, it didn’t bring peace, and it never will.”
The president announced his decision in a speech at the White House in the Diplomatic Room as Trump’s National Security Adviser John Bolton, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and Vice President Mike Pence looked on.
Trump signed a memorandum to end the deal, reinstating the nuclear sanctions against Iran originally put in place by the Obama administration.
“America will not be held hostage to nuclear blackmail,” he said.
This major international maneuver is sure to rock the global community to its core, particularly those who consider themselves globalists.
The Iran-American allegiance outlined within the nuclear deal was a signal to the “powers that be” that the U.S. was willing to play nice within the George Soros-style future World Order. When Trump arrived on the scene, however, the game changed from socialist Monopoly to an all out sprint to exhaustion.
By the looks of it, the United States is still holding a hearty lead in that race. Now, President Trump is taking our training wheels off, and it’s time to show the world how the U.S. really does things.