“I sort of believe that the American people — and again, I understand with full disclaimer, I’m the son of a rich guy from New York — but I spend a lot of time in middle America… and honestly, people are happy,” he said.
“They see the results, they see wages going up. No idea how many democrats come up to me and say, Don, I wish they’d let him do his job. And that’s the problem. The Democratic party has left the working class that they used to represent.”
Posting the headline doesn't do it justice.
Of course there are many facets to this story.....Posting the headline doesn't do it justice.
For all you retard Trump supporters who would never read anything that isn't a meme, the fine is because he used a supposed veteran's charity to finance his campaign. This is generally known as fraud. Here's a picture of a shiny object to get your attention:
He has made the country more divided than I've ever seen.Cant add a poll but feel free to give your opinion.
Do you (AMERICANS) feel 'happier' with your current president?
I get a raise every year bc of accrued seniority/to match inflation. It has not gone up beyond the rate of inflation.Has your wage gone up beyond the rate of inflation over the last few years?
Donald Trump’s campaign viewed Roger Stone as an “access point” to WikiLeaks and tried to use him to get advanced word about hacked e-mails damaging to Hillary Clinton that the anti-secrecy group released during the 2016 presidential race, a former top presidential adviser testified Friday.
In reluctant testimony, former campaign CEO Steve Bannon told a federal court that Mr. Stone, on trial for lying to Congress and witness tampering, had boasted about his ties to WikiLeaks and its founder Julian Assange, alerting them to pending new batches of damaging e-mails.
“The campaign had no official access to WikiLeaks or to Julian Assange,” Mr. Bannon told the court. “But Roger would be considered if we needed an access point.”
It was the first time that anyone affiliated with the Trump campaign acknowledged in court that they had actively sought material from WikiLeaks, which released material that U.S. intelligence agencies determined had been hacked by the Russian government in order to damage Clinton.
The White House had no immediate comment.