Election 2016

Donald Trump Meets with Cabinet: ‘We’re Going to Make the American Dream Come True’

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Think about what President Trump could do if the republicans could work together instead of against one another.

So far, Trump has accomplished more than any president since Reagan and this administration is not even six months old.

Anyone who says otherwise is not taking the time to see the whole picture, living under a rock, or a libturd. Without much help from Congress, he has still been able to dismantle the regulatory state, get rid of criminal aliens, war against ISIS, and create more jobs and opportunities than ever seen before.

Think what our president could do if he would go on the ATTACK and put this Trump-Russian Nothing-burger to rest. Going on the ATTACK by getting a special counsel to pursue investigations into “Fast and Furious, Benghazi, the IRS Targeting Scandal, the Clinton E-Mails Scandal, the Clinton Pay for Play Foundation, particularly the Uranium Deal, the Obama Surveillance of the Trump Campaign, and the Obama Inspired Leaking and Unmasking of Trump Officials to discredit this administration.”

According to breitbart,

President Donald Trump met with his cabinet on Monday, giving Americans an update on everything his administration is doing to make the country better.

“We’re going to make the American dream come true for a lot of people,” Mr. Trump said. “So we’re here to change Washington. Return power to the people.”

Mr. Trump boasted that despite Democrat opposition, his administration had already accomplished a great deal, citing positive economic numbers. He pointed to the unemployment numbers at a 16-year low, nearly $4 trillion in worth  created in the stock markets, and 700,000 jobs created since the election.

“We’re very proud of it,” he said. “We have a phenomenal team of people, a great group are really now seeing the early fruits of their labor.”

The public nature of the meeting allowed the president to refocus on his agenda, looking beyond the ongoing media obsession with the Russian investigation and accusations that he tried to obstruct justice by firing FBI director James Comey.

The president also discussed progress in Congress surrounding his legislative agenda — replacing Obamacare and passing a big tax reform package.

“Mitch McConnell is working very, very hard, as are the Republican Senators,” Trump said.

He also praised his Secretary of the Treasury Steve Mnuchin for “helping us put together one of the biggest tax cuts in American history.”

Trump sat at the table in the Roosevelt Room with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson sat at his right and Defense Secretary James Mattis sat at his left.

After his remarks, he asked each of his cabinet members to talk about the things they were working on to make Americans lives better.

Members of Trump’s senior staff were present in the room, including his son-in-law and senior advisor Jared Kushner and Steve Bannon who were seated together in the room.

“On behalf of the entire senior staff, Mr. President, we thank you for the opportunity and the blessing that you’ve given us to serve your agenda and the American people,” White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus said, who sat at the table. “We’re continuing to work very hard every day to accomplish those goals.”



There are just so many things that could be cleared up, and put to rest if the republican party could get their act together and stop being so spineless.

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