Trump lays out policies for first 100 days in White House


<script type=“text/javascript” async="" src=“”></script><article class=“story-photo-box oversize-headline” style=“color: rgb(42, 42, 42); font-family: proxima-nova, sans-serif; font-size: 16px; position: relative;”>Donald Trump delivered the “closing argument” to the presidential election in historic Gettysburg, Pa. on Saturday, invoking President Abraham Lincoln as he vowed to unite a divided country, and set it on course with a series of policies he intends to put in place during his first 100 days in office.</article>The populist wish-list — a push to set a presidential, policy-driven tone for his campaign’s final 17 days — included tax cuts, term limits, school choice, and regulatory reform in a speech he called “a contract between Donald J. Trump and the American voter.”
“Change has to come from outside our very broken system,” said Trump, who lags behind Hillary Clinton in most national polls, and ended another bruising week, in which he shocked debate viewers by refusing to say he’d accept the results of the presidential election.
Pledging to “drain the swamp” of Washington DC, Trump said he would fight for a constitutional amendment to limit congressional terms and to trim the fat from the federal bureaucracy.
“For every new federal regulation, two existing regulations must be eliminated,” he told a crowd of about 500 in a ballroom at the Eisenhower Hotel and Conference Center.

Hillary promises even more obama policies.


The second half of speech was really good and delivered in a presidential style, but he opened with a series of of the usual complaints plus an announcement that he will sue the woman who have made the sexual allegations aganst him. Naturally that’s all the main stream news media reported that almost exclusively.

Surprising the analysts at Fox News said the same thing, but these were a bunch young people I had not seen on the network before. If this is an indicator of were Fox is going when the current crew retires, Fox will join the rest of the media in their support of Democrats.