Democrats Unwilling to Recognize the Good President Trump Is Doing

Written by William Pauwels on July 11, 2018

The other day, while discussing the Trump tax cuts with a friend – he remarked with great enthusiasm that his 401(k) had increased by 28% since President Trump was elected. He couldn’t have been more excited.

My friend also indicated his business was booming. He’s in the trucking-brokerage business, and running at 100% of capacity. He said, “This is unprecedented!”

He also cannot understand why the Democrats are so uncooperative – so negative – so unwilling to recognize the good that the Trump Agenda is accomplishing for working Americans.

Following is a partial list of President Trump’s record-breaking, first-eighteen-month’s accomplishments – fulfillments of his campaign promises. Clearly, he needs voter support to perpetuate these unprecedented achievements:

· appointment of Brett Kavanaugh (and before that Neil Gorsuch) as nominee for Supreme Court
· new tax policy to encourage economic development and foreign profit recall
· enhanced domestic manufacturing and employment
· unemployment at 18-year record low of 3.8%
· brokering peace negotiations with North Korea
· destruction of Syria’s poison gas capability
· ending the Iran nuclear deal
· moving our U.S. embassy to Jerusalem
· 1700 fewer business regulations
· more constitutionally oriented judiciary appointments
· GDP growth over 3.1 % versus Obama’s less than 2% eight-year record
· record-setting Dow Jones averages – up over 30% since Trump’s election
· national wealth increase over $7.1 trillion
· substantial growth in individual IRAs and 401ks
· over 2.1 million new jobs created
· rational commitment to immigration and border control – the Wall
· strong commitment to fair trade
· stronger commitment to our military, national security, and law-and-order
· military success in the Middle East
· withdrawal from the one-sided Paris accord
· withdrawal from the unwise Iran Nuclear Treaty
· opening energy pipelines to achieve energy independence and keep our dollars at home
· opening Alaska and the central states and the coastal sea-shelf for energy development
· visited Europe, China, Japan, and other foreign nations – promoting American business and jobs and values
· selling American business opportunities to European leaders at The Word Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland
· reduction in government, White House and First Lady spending
· can-do, make-it-happen strategic leadership from the top
· America-First – America-Great-Again strategy
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Let me know what you think.

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William Pauwels
William A. Pauwels, Sr. was born in Jackson Michigan to a Belgian, immigrant, entrepreneurial family. Bill is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and served in executive and/or leadership positions at Thomson Industries, Inc., Dow Corning, Loctite and Sherwin-Williams. He is currently CIO of Pauwels Private Investment Practice. He's been commenting on matters political/economic/philosophical since 1980.