More from Donald Trump Jr: “We’re Still Americans, We’re Still One Country, and We’re Going to Get It All Back” (VIDEO)
And lets have some more from the man who amazed all last night at the RNC, Donald Trump Jr … Donald Trump Jr. wows em at RNC.
DONALD TRUMP JR.: Good evening. I’m Donald Trump Jr. Thank you. I’m the father of five young children, from two-year-old Chloe to Kai who just turned nine. I’m the husband to Vanessa, an amazing wife and mother, and the son of a great man. I’m an American, and tonight I want to talk to you about the country we live in; the country our children will grow up in. To my generation, this is the most important election of our lifetime, one that will determine the future of our country and, in turn, the future of the world.
For too long, our country has ignored its problems, punting them down the road for future generations to deal with. In business, I was trained by my father to make the tough investments and decisions today to ensure a better future for tomorrow. We’ve actually started to believe that solving our great problems is an impossible task, and that’s why we need to elect a man who has a track record of accomplishing the impossible.
For the first time, parents no longer think that their kids will be as well of as we were. We’ve lost the confidence in our leaders and the faith in our institutions. But remember one thing: we’re still Americans, we’re still one country, and we’re going to get it all back. We’re going to get it back better than ever before. I know we’ll get it back because I know my father…
The other party gave us public schools that far too often fail our students, especially those who have no options. Growing up my siblings and I, we were truly fortunate to have choices and options that others don’t have. We want all Americans to have those same opportunities. Our schools use to be an elevator to the middle class, now they’re stalled ton the ground floor.
They’re like Soviet department stores that are run for the benefits of the clerks and not the customers for the teachers and administrators and not the students. You know why other countries do better in K-through-12?
They let parents choose where to send their own children to school. That’s called competition. It’s called the free market. And it’s what the other party fears. They fear it because they’re more concerned about protecting the jobs of teachers than serving the students in desperate need of a good education. They tell us they’re the experts and they know what’s best. The other party gave us a regulatory state on steroids.