America After President Donald Trump’s First 100 Days Into Office

Let’s begin President Trump’s first 100 days into office analysis with the end of the speech he delivered in Ann Arbor, Michigan, during his first campaign rally on Election day:

Just imagine what our country could accomplish if we started working together as one people, under one God, saluting one American flag.  I’m asking you to dream big because with your vote we are just hours away from the change you’ve been waiting for your entire life.  So to every parent who dreams for their child and to every child who dreams for their future I say these words to you tonight.  I am with you.  I will fight for you and I will win for you.  I promise.

To all Americans tonight in all of our cities and in all of our towns, I pledge to you one more time. Together we will make American wealthy again.  We will make America strong again. We will make America safe again and we will make America great again!

Where do we stand today? Well, to begin with, the US stock markets are boasting record highs and millions of US retirees are benefiting from it via their retirement savings accounts. The DOW average rose more than fifteen percent since November 8th, from 18,332 points at closing on November 9th to 21,115 points at closing on March 1st.

The US Stock Market added approximately 2 trillion dollars in wealth since President Trump got elected. The S&P 500 also boasts record numbers, breaking 20 trillion dollars for the first time ever, this is a historic number by any metrics.

The US debt decreased by 100 billion dollars during Trump’s first 100 days into office, vs Obama’s increasing of US debt by more than 560 billion in his first 100 days.

The US Manufacturing Index reached a 33 years high in the same period, recording its best performance since the Reagan era. Despite Obama’s mockery that jobs are not coming back, President Trump actually added almost 300,000 jobs in his first month alone. Housing sales are booming, while illegal immigration is down almost 70 percent since Donald Trump’s inauguration.

NATO allies announced a boost in military spending, 10 billion dollars respectively (it’s not much, just a beginning), and that’s due to President Trump. Also, The Donald put (finally) a constitutionalist judge into the Supreme Court Justice earlier in April, Neil Gorsuch that is.

The POTUS has signed sixty six executive orders, proclamations and memoranda as of April 19th, including travel bans (blocked by Obama appointed liberal activist judges), regulatory reforms, law enforcement protection, cutting funding for sanctuary cities, building a border wall, dismantling former president’s climate change agenda, rebuilding the US military, approving pipelines, placing a hiring freeze on federal employees, defeating the Islamic State, exiting the United States from the TPP, reducing regulations/eliminating bureaucracy and so forth and so on.

Truth be told, this list would have been much longer and the achievements more epic if it wasn’t for the RINOS working with their fellow DEMs hand in hand in Congress, thus obstructing the POTUS’ agenda,not to mention that dubious Paul Ryan character. And let’s remember the liberals and the very fake news mainstream media, as The Donald made their heads explode on a daily basis.

If Trump walked on water, the media would say “Trump can’t swim” or “the water wasn’t very deep anyway”. One of his greatest accomplishments has been exposing enemies of the Republic, especially disinformation propaganda operatives that have been masquerading as journalists.