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Donald Trump Sounds Presidential in Explosive Speech on Hillary Clinton’s Fitness for Office.

July 2, 2016 by  
Filed under News, Politics, Weekly Columns

( Giving his most disciplined speech to date, Republican nominee Donald J. Trump assailed his Democrat challenger Hillary Clinton as unfit for the presidency. Donald Trump offered substantive examples – from the economy to foreign policy – about how he would lead the country, in contrast to Clinton’s 32-year record of service to date.

“Hillary may be the most corrupt person to seek the presidency of the United States,” Donald Trump declared in his 40-minute character assassination.

Leaving no stone of her political past unturned, Donald Trump backed up his thesis with a litany of blistering, incontrovertible facts. Painting her as politician consumed with amassing power and trump-hillary-2016wealth, Trump laid out example after sordid example of Hillary’s career of self-aggrandizement.

Her deletion of government emails while Secretary of State, the Clinton Foundation accepting $25 million from Arab nations like Saudi Arabia — that abuse women and kill gays – were among the many facts cited by Trump.

As her challenger to the Democrat nomination, Bernie Sanders often accused her: Donald Trump noted that Wall Street owns Hillary Clinton. Over the past two years, she received $21.6 million from Wall Street banks and other special interest groups for speeches “which she does not want to reveal to the public.”

“Together, she and Bill made $153 million giving speeches to lobbyists, CEOs, and foreign governments in the years since 2001.”

By supporting globalization and bad trade deals like the Trans Pacific Partnership and NATFA that take jobs from the US, Trump said Hillary gets rich “making you poor.” He promised to bring jobs by to America and the middle class by negotiating better trade deals and cutting America’s corporate tax, the highest in the world.

On foreign policy, Donald Trump accused Hillary of being more wrong than right and unleashing ISIS into the world by promulgating President Barack Obama’s failed policies. From the disaster in Benghazi to the destabilization in the Middle East and civil war in Syrian while Clinton was Secretary of State, “Hillary Clinton’s tryout for the presidency has produced one deadly foreign policy disaster after another,” declared Trump.

On the home front, Donald Trump threw dynamite into Hillary’s identity politics of lies. Hillary Clinton enjoys strong support and loyalty from blacks. Donald Trump said Hillary’s advocating for Syrian refugees to enter the US not only threatens America’s national security, but also helps foreigners at the expense of black Americans who need help in our inner cities.

“For the amount of money Hillary Clinton would like to spend on refugees, we could rebuild every inner city in America.”

If elected president, Hillary Clinton pledged to go beyond Obama’s executive orders and grant carte-blanche amnesty to all illegal immigrants if Congress refuses to act.

“She can’t claim to care about African-American and Hispanic workers when she wants to bring in millions of new low-wage workers,” warned Trump.

The irony in the fact that Hillary is campaigning to become America’s first First Lady to be elected president speaks to the “rigged system” that Trump referenced.

As a businessman who created jobs and businesses, Trump isn’t bought by big donors, big businesses; therefore, he will “put the American worker first,” as he pledged in his speech.

Using Hillary’s extensive résumé of “public service,” Trump left many Americans questioning whether she has the temperament, judgment or integrity to be president. For the first time in his campaign, Trump leveled that narrative off his shoulders. Americans need to hear more words like this from Donald Trump—sounding presidential—a campaign gamer changer.

Columnist; Crystal Wright

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