The President has been living inside a bit of a bubble as of late.
That’s not to say that the job doesn’t have its perks. The President is often seen jetting around the nation, or abroad, both for business and for pleasure. The real problem these days is that the Mueller report’s delivery has done nothing to quell the “resistance” movement amongst democrats.
President Trump has pleaded with liberal lawmakers to move on, urging the House and Senate to begin work on a number of issues including infrastructure, the pharmaceutical industry, and border security. Instead of working with the President, the democrats are, instead, spraying subpoenas in the general direction of Donald Trump like a toddler who just discovered how a hose works.
So, what is a personable President to do? Surely the answer lies in a witty retort, no?
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When asked by a reporter about the Mueller report, the President said:
“We did nothing wrong. And the only thing I did is make our country stronger, give it the numbers like people haven’t seen before,” he advanced. “What we’re doing in this country, financially, with the military, with our veterans — if you look at veterans, we now have Veterans Choice. Nobody has ever done what I’ve done in their first two years.”
And then came the knockout punch.
“So if I’m guilty of anything, it’s that I’ve been a great president, and the Democrats don’t like it, which is a shame,” President Trump said, concluding his answers to the press, then departing.
Trump’s push to bring the country back to order will fall on deaf ears, however, as the liberal majority in the house of representatives continues to carry a big stick.
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