GIVEN THE CHOICE OF TRUMP AND WATERS … WHAT VISION WOULD YOU WANT FOR AMERICA?
American voters, you wanted a comparison of the two parties, the vision of President Donald Trump and the GOP and the Leftist Democrat party? Well you have it. On Monday night President Trump will be giving the State of the Union and all of the amazing things that he has accomplished during his first year in the presidency. Trump will tout the jobs created, the record stack market, low unemployment, all-time low black and Hispanic unemployment, Trump tax cuts that will benefit 80%-90% of individuals and corporations, and the elimination of ISIS and their caliphate. For the Democrats, you will get the insanity of the far-LEFT Maxine Waters. You have your choice in 2018, the gains under President Trump and a continuation of his vision or changing directions to move to the LEFT and socialism of Maxine Waters and Nancy Pelosi. You be the judge. Do you want to continue to “Make America Great Again” or making America Pelosi again.
One of President Donald Trump’s fiercest critics on Capitol Hill will address the country just after next Tuesday’s State of the Union.
Rep. Maxine Waters, a California Democrat, will speak at the top of a BET News special after Trump delivers the State of the Union, a BET spokesperson told BuzzFeed News. The program, “Angela Rye’s State of the Union,” is part of a broader partnership announced just days ago between the network and the Democratic strategist and political commentator. Rye will executive produce news programs with a sharp focus on issues facing black Americans. The programs will run quarterly, BET said in a release.
The spokesperson said activists and some elected officials will analyze Trump’s first year in office on the program, and will talk about “building black politics and the value of engagement across today’s socio-political landscape.” A Democratic source familiar with the production on Friday night told BuzzFeed News that it wasn’t immediately clear if the program would air on Tuesday or Wednesday night.
Trump has recently taken to highlighting how well he believes black Americans are doing under his presidency, tweeting earlier this month that he was “so happy” that black joblessness was plummeting. Earlier this month, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said the rate had fallen below 7%, but analysts disagree over how much credit, if any, Trump deserves for that drop. Black lawmakers certainly don’t think he deserves that credit, and some plan to let him know that Tuesday by boycotting his speech.