National Review, hardly a Trump cheerleader in the past, headlines its 5 Feb issue by giving a thumbs up for the President.
Victor Davis Hanson writes of The Case for The Trump Presidency.
As President Trump finished his first full year in office, he could look back at an impressive record of achievement of a kind rarely attained by an incoming president — much less by one who arrived in office as a private-sector billionaire without either prior political office or military service. As unintended proof of his accomplishments, Trump’s many liberal opponents have gone from initially declaring him an incompetent to warning that he has become effective — insanely so — in overturning the Obama progressive agenda.
With the U.S. economy humming along under the full steam provided by Trump tax cuts, it would be impossible to conclude otherwise.
Jobs are plentiful. In fact, manufacturers are having a tough time filling slots.
This fall, Americans will head back to the polls with one clear target. And that target will be to help Donald Trump continue to deliver prosperity to Americans while shutting down immigration from problematical parts of a destabilized world. This is only common sense.