Trump is a great president

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I, for one, am so glad Donald Trump is president of this great country. He has restored my faith in the Constitution and in the greatness of America.

The tax cut will help my family immensely. What may be crumbs to millionaire Nancy Pelosi is a lot to working people like myself.

People no longer have to pay a penalty tax if they choose not to sign up for the Obamacare program.

Business is booming and the stock market is reaching an all-time high. Businesses are coming back to America.

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President Trump receives warm welcomes whenever he travels overseas, and there is no bowing on his part. He is a great example of this country.

He gave up his billionaire lifestyle to work for the people, forgoing his salary, as most of his appointees do also.

Donald Trump is a true leader — a man who really cares for and about his country. He is real. He is America and I am proud to claim him as my president.

Mary Jane Newell, Oxford

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  • Rene Veilleux

    Delusional.

  • CLibbey

    Thank you, Mary Jane. I, too, am another “deplorable.” It’s clear that if Clinton had been elected, we’d be worse off.

    • beanboy

      Too dumb to know your are dumb

      The Dunning-Kruger effect , named after David Dunning and Justin Kruger of Cornell University, occurs where people fail to adequately assess their level of competence — or specifically, their incompetence — at a task and thus consider themselves much more competent than everyone else. This lack of awareness is attributed to their lower level of competence robbing them of the ability to critically analyse their performance, leading to a significant overestimation of themselves.
      In simple words it’s “people who are too stupid to know how stupid they are”.

      Why Are Conservatives More Susceptible to Believing Lies?

      “Misinformation is currently predominantly a pathology of the right,” concluded a team of scholars from the Harvard Kennedy School and Northeastern University at a February 2017 conference
      Conservatives’ greater acceptance of hierarchy and trust in authority may lead to greater faith that what the president says must be true.

      http://www.slate.com/articles/health_and_science/science/2017/11/why_conservatives_are_more_susceptible_to_believing_in_lies.html

    • Midnight Tree Bandit

      Plese explain, Carolyn. How would we be worse off? What, exactly do you think she was going to do? Please provide specifics and the research you have done to show why that would have been the likely outcome.

  • FrankE

    Talk about cringe worthy. With all that’s going on, I can’t believe anyone is so blind to the facts that they could honestly, with a strait face, declare their love for one Donald Trump. This goes way beyond whether Clinton should have won or not. Personally I feel the only suitable candidate was Bernie Sanders. That being said, I feel it’s almost treasonous to even support Trump. He’s proven to be up to his eyeballs in Russian Mob money, is associated with known money launderers. He has been a “con man” his entire life and on top of that he’s a pathological lire. A person with his credentials wouldn’t be allowed to work at Burger King, yet several people still believe he’s a great President. I feel that if anyone is given a cognitive test, it should be people who actually see any good coming out of this Presidency.
    I’m convinced that a good number of these glamorous accolades bestowed on Trump are just made for the sake of Trolling. Absurdity gets the best response, and glorifying Trump is completely absurd……..

    • beanboy

      Has to be a Russian Troll

  • mainer18

    he is a great president

  • CruiserSailor

    Oh my Mary Jane, you get funnier every month.

  • Midnight Tree Bandit

    Ah look, it’s time for MJN’s monthly “think ” piece.
    I guess no one told her that business, the economy, employment, and wages have been growing for the last 8 years. If anything, they slowed down last year.