Looking back on President Donald Trump’s first year in office, he has compiled a shockingly strong record and long list of accomplishments. As was also the case with his rise to the presidency, President Trump has broken several records for a first-year commander-in-chief and fulfilled many of his key campaign promises.
The Left is in full panic trying to stop Trump in anyway it can because he is not only dismantling all of Obama's unAmerican socialist regulations and fixing the economy, he is slowly converting left-leaning voters to Trumpsters.
The two most important issues of the 2016 election are non-partisan.
(1) The federal government and the media are, as institutions, hopelessly corrupt.
(2) The United States has elections, but we no longer have representative government.
None of the problems facing the country can be solved effectively without first confronting those two issues. Without doing so, we are just kicking the can down the road toward national collapse and fragmentation.
Americans are no longer citizens of a republic, but subjects of a reigning oligarchy composed of a self-absorbed permanent political class, which services the interests of wealthy financiers at the expense of the wider population. They maintain their authority by an ever-expanding and increasingly intrusive government and using a compliant media to manipulate public perception and opinion in order to maintain the illusion of democracy.
There is now a sharp division between the bipartisan ruling class and the rest of Americans; a separation between the rulers and the ruled that bears comparison to the conditions leading up to the American Revolution.
The internal conflicts within the conservative movement have widened the already existing fissures, roughly dividing it into three groups: status quo, zealots and anti-establishment nationalists.
Paraphrasing: the anti-establishment nationalists are the Donald Trump supporters. "It is this constituency that is most likely to attract disaffected Democrats and has the greatest potential for disruptive political innovation."
In 1991, Mr. Trump "was invited to speak to the House Task Force on Urgent Fiscal Issues... to talk about his experience and the state of the country's failing economy... He succinctly explains the issues as well as the reason why government... needed to... undo the reforms that were passed in 1986."