Maria Bartiromo, James Freeman: The Trump agenda – voters need to think about cost of not having him in charge
October 26, 2020
Trump: If Biden’s elected the stock market will crash
President Trump and Joe Biden disagree over how much the stock market impacts Americans.
The United States may never have another president as loved and hated as Donald Trump. And it’s hard to imagine one being subjected to so many investigations.
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Back in 2006 Dos Equis beer created an advertising campaign about “the most interesting man in the world,” an elegant character who inspired admiration wherever he ventured. Sales of the macrobrew soared. But the Dos Equis marketing team had it wrong: America’s forty-fifth president is the most interesting man in the world. And his administration deserves a fair accounting, not unqualified condemnation or praise.
We make the case that Donald Trump is an underrated chief executive—and that the abuse of federal investigative power against him is the greatest scandal of his era.
Reporters like to present Trump as a catastrophe for the country. But as we describe in our new book, “The Cost: Trump, China and American Revival,” the president has achieved significant, measurable results in pursuing his agenda of peace and prosperity.
TRUMP SLAMS BIDEN OVER WALL STREET DONORS DURING PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE
For American voters it’s now time to consider the cost of not having Donald Trump as president. Difficult as it may be for many media observers to comprehend—and regardless of the results of the 2020 election—Trump has achieved a successful presidency hidden in plain sight.