Do Republican Never Trumpers despise Donald Trump so deeply that they would be willing to forgo the huge policy win that he made possible?
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With respect to illegal immigrants and their children, only one thing has changed since the Obama administration. That one thing is that the Trump administration is enforcing the law.
Find yourself in a debate with a Trump hater, and you likely can bring it to a fairly swift conclusion if you can pivot the conversation to the president’s policy successes.
The Iran deal is not a treaty. It was never voted on in the Senate. It would never have passed. Calling it the worst deal in history, candidate Trump promised to pull out of it.
The entire Mueller episode is an attack on the rule of law and a direct affront to the 63 million American citizens who together constituted a majority of voters in a majority of counties in a majority of states that freely chose Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton.
The entirety of Democratic “resistance” to Donald Trump has been undertaken in the fervent hope that you won’t notice that he is having a very successful presidency so far.
President Trump’s policies by and large are helping my business and I wish he would be left alone to keep pursuing them. The fewer distractions, the better.
Time and again, when dealing with problems that have festered for years under previous administrations, Mr. Trump has simply rolled his eyes, reached for his metaphorical pistol and fired.
Immigration policy has to be orderly, adherent to duly enacted law and reflective of the will of the people whose country it is.
Save for matters of national security, when it comes to the operation of our government, and to the behavior of those in elected, appointed and staff positions within that government, we deserve to know.