The popular romantic 1950’s hit song goes: ‘I’ll be around no matter how you treat me now, I’ll be around when he’s gone; your greatest loves can never last and when it’s past, I’ll be around when he’s gone; and when things go wrong remember that you’re meant for me. I’ll be around when they’re gone’.
Impeach Trump? Think again. Did you happen to see his Florida rally last week on CNN and FOx? Trump’s base is unfaltering and solid as a rock. Potentially a third-party.
Trump brought up several germane points in the speech before an enthusiastic crowd of worshipers: Lowest unemployment rate of 4.1% in 17 years, record stock market earnings these past ten months, his policy of safeguarding the American people against terrorists, illegal immigrants, and North Korea, and the renegotiation of trade agreements ostensibly for the benefit of the American economy and its workers. The present patriotic Pentagon and its defense contractors love him. The coalition wins yes, in Iraq.
Trump with some validity and his ‘America First’ policy will attract many sheep. All of his personal faults will be underplayed. The independent Muiller investigations will culminate with only a firm slap on the wrist.
I may be dreaming, naive, but barring a smoking gun disclosure or a grave economic down turn he is easily in as a viable competitive candidate for a second term. The Alt-rights, and the populists in the middle states think he’s on the verge of greatness. So does Israel.
It may be, maybe, but it’s the wrong kind of greatness.
You’ve now read it here first: What is Trump planning for Religious Tolerance in order to recover from his disastrous embassy move to Jerusalem? Well, it’s rumored he wants to move the Mormon Tabernacle from Salt Lake City, Utah to the Vatican in Rome. Hmm. Sounds pretty okay to me. I did not like Trump’s other plan of moving the white supremacist headquarters to Detroit.
All the Best to you.