Since ascending to the presidency, Trump has racked up a series of accomplishments that continue to benefit the United States of America. Those accomplishments include, but are definitely not limited to, tax reform, initiatives to combat human trafficking, historically low unemployment numbers, millions of new jobs, and so much more.
Far too often, the president’s critics do all they can to minimize and belittle his achievements since taking office. However, Jared Kushner, both son-in-law and senior adviser to President Trump, shared some remarks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) regarding Trump’s accomplishments.
Not only did Kushner shed light on all that the president has done, but he also informed everyone about how his father-in-law is dealing with Washington, reports Breitbart News.
A Closer Look at Kushner’s CPAC Remarks
The senior adviser kicked things off by pointing that rather than “adapting” to Washington, Trump is making Washington bend to him. Shortly thereafter, Kushner noted the importance of American manufacturing and successfully managing our nation’s borders. These remarks come as Trump continues his American First agenda and works with a new task force in order to combat the spread of coronavirus.
Another key point of Kushner’s remarks to the CPAC audience provided insight into the impacts of personal and political attacks against Trump. The president’s son-in-law explained that when Trump comes under fire from Washington or the unhinged left, it simply helps more Americans “realize what he’s fighting for.” Finally, Kushner confirmed that a second term of President Trump will only engender more success, both in Washington and for the nation as a whole.
Trump’s Accomplishments and the 2020 Election
The president’s accomplishments directly tie in with the 2020 election. Not only do they provide a solid platform for Trump to run on, but the president’s accomplishments also shed light on some of what Americans can expect from a second term.
As Trump continues working on behalf of the American people, he’s still actively running for re-election. This means not just combatting fake news from the Democrats, but also holding rallies and informing Americans of what’s really happening in this country. As the president continues to work for the nation and seek a second term in office, Trump’s allies and others closest to him will keep managing on his behalf as well.
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