The New York Times’ David Brooks wrote the following in the Times’ latest edition of its newsletter: If the election were held today, I would be inclined to vote for Donald Trump.
Not because he is a racist, sexist, xenophobic, homophobic or nativist bigot, but because he knows how to govern.
The election is a chance for the country to learn what a functioning democracy means, and a chance to elect someone who can deliver it.
He can bring the nation together.
And he can help make America great again.
Brooks was right.
When it comes to Trump’s ability to govern, there is one glaring exception: his willingness to take on the media.
That is, the kind of people who would be calling him racist, misogynist, xenophobia or nativism.
Brooks, of course, knows better than anyone that these are not the words that describe Trump as a candidate.
He’s a man of the people, who is committed to working with anyone to solve problems, regardless of race, gender or creed.
Trump knows how best to govern as a citizen of the United States of America.
And that’s exactly why he’s the right candidate to win in 2020.
Trump has no plan.
The most important policy he has outlined so far is to get the federal government out of the business of issuing tax refunds.
This is an obvious giveaway to special interests who want to get as much of their profits as possible from taxpayers.
If the government gets out of taxes, the tax revenue will be less, and more people will pay taxes, which will mean less government and less tax revenues.
So, Trump proposes to spend hundreds of billions of dollars on the federal budget deficit to bring the federal debt back to a sustainable level.
He also proposes to massively increase military spending, and he is proposing to build a massive wall along the border with Mexico.
These policies, along with his willingness, if necessary, to attack China, will be the major stumbling blocks to a successful Trump presidency.
Brooks is correct when he says that “the media is not going to be a problem” for Trump.
He has made it clear that he does not want to be beholden to the mainstream media, which has been critical of his candidacy.
He is far more willing to take the time to talk to journalists and explain to them what he stands for than he is to be held hostage by the likes of the Washington Post, the New York Post and other mainstream media outlets.
I have never seen a presidential candidate make a more compelling case for his ideas than Trump does, and I’ve never seen someone like him be so willing to let the media tell him what he wants to hear.
In fact, I’m not sure I’ve ever seen someone so willing as to let them tell him anything.
That’s why I believe that Trump is the only person in the world who can be elected president of the country and lead us back to prosperity and prosperity.
That, and, frankly, his ability to get things done will decide who wins this election.
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