Well done, and another example of how President-elect Trump understands the power and importance of going over the heads of the legacy media.
President-elect Trump released this video update discussing his policy plans for the first 100 days of his administration on issues of trade, energy, regulations, immigration, ethics reform, and national security. Perhaps most significantly, Trump pledged to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal on day one of his administration. He called” a potential disaster for our country,” and said that “instead, we will negotiate fair, bilateral trade deals.”
He also pledged to deregulate the energy industry and shore up America’s defenses against cyber attacks.
The first thing I thought was: This is a ‘no filter’ message right to the citizens.
And if you haven’t read about this? Enjoy the story, I know I did…
Still waiting on who he and his team are going to nominate for the Veterans Administration.
posted 11/21 1023pm Texas[Big Promise]Time
“America” “everyone” — not “I” “me” —
One thing he didn’t talk about, and I’m beginning to worry, is his “infrastructure plan.” According to the white paper released last August he wants to fund it mostly with private funds. I’m leery of this becoming Porkulus 2017, as all infrastructure projects inevitably end up being. The federal government shouldn’t be in the business of rebuilding “our highways, bridges, tunnels, airports, schools, hospitals.” Besides, anything that Pelosi approves is no good in my book. (Methinks this is a trial balloon for the union vote.)
Zero Hedge has a good article about it.
No TV meddling for Mr. Trump. Make a You Tube video and release to the world in 5 min. No biased “pre” remarks! Brilliant.
I appreciate the appeal to the whole of the nation, instead of the divisive Balkanization that has become the norm. Dare we hope for a new norm, a sane, decent, uniting norm?
The tragedy of Obama was that he had the street cred to pull us together if only he’d been a uniter instead of a divider. I see in Trump a *potential* to unite, because in spite of his recent “conservative” rhetoric, he’s a New Yorker in his heart and soul and politics — which may run counter to some of our ideology, but allows for a possibility of bridging the gap, providing the Democrats don’t continue to hate us more than they hate Islamic terrorists. Yes, I’d trade some (but not all!) ideological points for a unified, functional country.
I just wish he gave this speech hours after he takes the oath.I don’t trust Obama
and his ways of undermining any prosperity.
I like it! And, I like the way this guy operates. 🙂