Last night, Dennis Michael Lynch opened his show, ‘The Truth,’ with a monologue highlighting President Trump’s common sense.
DML played a clip of the president giving a demonstration on the difficulty of building a highway in America. During the presentation, the president used a 6-foot tall prop to outline all the regulations and red tape required for a highway to be put to vote by lawmakers.
“It takes ten years if you’re good, sometimes 20 years, and then they all vote no,” said the president. “It costs hundreds of millions of dollars for nothing to get done.” He then vowed to change that process, and to remove the regulations that limit growth.
In his monologue, DML tells the story of a little girl who uses common sense to outwit experts who couldn’t figure out how to remove a truck stuck under an overpass. “One expert wanted to cut the top of the truck, the other wanted to cut into the overpass, but none of the ideas were good and the stuck truck was backing up traffic for hours until a little girl suggested they let the air out of the tires. She used common sense. President Trump thinks like that — he uses common sense, and that’s how he will make America great again,” said DML.
The full 3-minute monologue, plus a portion of Trump’s presentation can be watched below:
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