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As with any political race, momentum can play a significant part in a campaign. It’s now how you start, but it’s how you finish the race that will make the difference. “The American people want to lift President Trump up across the finish line,” says Michael Johns. We are seeing the momentum play out in real time as the race for the White House enters the final stage.
The New York Times, in their morning newsletter they email out said the following: ‘President Trump is not running a re-election campaign based mostly on policy. He has released no agenda for a second term. We look at the good and bad of Trump’s economy.’ We’ll discuss the economic policies by the Trump Administration and the impact on Americans. In addition, the comments Biden made about fracking at the presidential debate in the final days of the race, were eye-opening. Joe Biden is on tape multiple times speaking out in regards to his plans on fracking and his master plans on changing the energy landscape in America⏤and not in a good way.
Michael Johns is a national co-founder and leader of the U.S. Tea Party movement who endorsed President Trump on the first day of his candidacy in June 2015. He has served previously as a White House speechwriter to President George H.W. Bush, a senior aide to a U.S. Senator and Governor, and a policy analyst at The Heritage Foundation. He is also the co-host of Viewpoint Presents with Malcolm and Michael Johns, which airs on America Out Loud and iHeart Radio each Sunday at 11am ET and is available on most global podcast platforms.
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