President Trump has achieved a lot in his first term.
He has lowered taxes and taken major steps towards securing our borders among many things.
But none of that comes close to one major victory Trump won on one of his biggest issues.
President Trump has had a fantastic first term compared to former President Obama.
Obama was able to do very little, with only one major victory coming to the forefront.
But that major issue was Obamacare, and while it made him look good to Obama loyalists, the rest of America was furious, and it created a mass movement that continued into the midterm elections, costing many Democrat seats in Congress.
In contrast, Trump has passed and implemented measures central to his platform that proved to extremely popular with the general populace.
For that reason, Republicans are looking great going into the midterm elections, in what will likely be a red wave.
And there is one issue that could be what propels them into that victory.
One thing that separated Donald Trump from the rest of the Republicans running for office was his trade policy.
While the other Republicans running refused to publicly call out the unfair trade deals the U.S. was engaging in around the world, Trump was excited to take them head-on.
He called out Europe and China specifically, making no apologies in doing so.
And in recent meetings with European leaders, he harshly made it clear that trade relations between Europe and the United States need to be mutually beneficial.
But unlike past presidents, Trump wasn’t just going to stop with talk; he followed through on his promises.
President Trump’s chief economic adviser Larry Kudlow stated that the new trade deals negotiated between the United States and the European Union would start immediately.
This development, which is good news for any supporter of Trump’s fair trade policies, not only benefits American consumers, it proves that relations between the United States and Europe are improving.
In recent weeks many people were critical of Trump being too tough with European leaders.
But those people, who are virtually always critical of Trump anyway, got proven wrong yet again.
These developments on trade have only been good for Americans.
That can be easily proven by the 4.1 percent economic growth that has been seen in the second quarter of this year.
Not only is 4.1 percent growth historic, it is beyond what almost anybody expected Trump to be able to do.
The entire media blasted Trump, claiming that he wouldn’t be able to break 3 percent economic growth.
Of course, they were wrong, just as they were wrong about Trump’s fair trade policy.
But one group of people who haven’t been wrong are Trump’s supporters, who continue to stand with him through the constant media attacks waged against him.
Despite the media attacks, Trump sits at his highest approval rate since he took office and the highest party approval rating of any Republican at the same point in his presidency with the exception of George W. Bush, who had an approval boost in the wake of 9/11.
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