DML: “Time for the tax cuts is NOW!” (video)


Written by DML

President Trump is keeping to his campaign promises, and in doing so he keeps his base happy.   On the flip side, because he is keeping to his promises, the haters who hate what he stands for hate him more today than they did before the election. This causes a huge problem because President Trump has one weak spot — he loves to be loved, BUT HE HATES to be hated.   Good news is there is one thing President Trump can do in the coming days to silence the haters.

If the president truly wants Americans to feel good about where we are and where we’re headed, he has to do something that will make everyone feel good for the moment.  He needs to hand out MONEY.

Liberals and conservatives will forever argue on immigration, the right to life, universal healthcare, and who should fill the empty seat on the Supreme Court.  But there is one thing all Americans can agree on.  We’d all like to have more money in our pockets.

Right now all eyes are on his immigration ban.  I think the best thing President Trump can do tomorrow is to push for a massive tax cut.  Not only would it take the light off the immigration issue, but it would push the media to address the hardships of the middle-class workers who were all but forgotten by the Democrats and Obama.

If Trump talks about nothing else but pushing for a tax cut this week, he will force the Sunday morning news programs to discuss sweeping tax breaks for the middle class.  Suddenly, the immigration ban will become old news.

Watch this video from Fox News that aired today.  I think you’ll agree with me after hearing with Steve has to say.


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