Is Trump Hitting the Reset Button?

    Almost a month into a rocky presidency, Trump has decided to meet with his supporters at a campaign-style rally in Melbourne, Florida. The first 45 minutes included no mention of Trump’s failure to receive approval with the American public, instead he focused on it becoming “a new day in America.” Trump bolstered to the 9,000 people in the crowd, “This will be change for the ages, change like never before.” Many believe this is a ploy to protect Trump’s administration after four weeks that have been filled with more dissension than coherence. While Trump declares that his administration is “running like a fine-tuned machine”, liberals believe he is just blaming all of the problems on “fake news” and the Left.

    Many believe this rally will mark a fresh start on behalf of the Trump administration. A historian at New York University, Timothy Naftali, states, “Except for the fact that he doesn’t have a big plastic button, this certainly looks like a reset.” Newt Gingrich, Former Speaker of the US House of Representatives, guides the President, “all new presidents go through a series of resets because the initial transition from campaign to governing is too enormous and complex. . . . Trump’s challenge is compounded because he is a genuine outsider trying to build a new system.” Trump doesn’t exactly believe it was pushing the reset button because he is “quite proud of a lot of the achievements over the past four weeks”; however he does promise a new version on his executive order on immigration. Trump continues to stand firm in his beliefs on what made him popular from the start: the creation of employment, trade limitations, and the prioritization America. No matter what, Trump is determined to put the “forgotten man” and America first.

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Trump Wins!

    Donald Trump has been deemed our 45th President of the United States! Trump is schedules to take office on January 20, 2017. This election was a very close one by popular votes, Clinton with 59,487,288 votes (47.7%) and Trump with 59,297,587 votes (47.5%). Donald J. Trump took 279 electoral votes while Hillary Clinton only took 228 electoral votes. Everyone was nervous regarding major states, such as Florida, Ohio, North Carolina and Pennsylvania, and whether or not they would be deemed Democratic or Republic. Blue states, since the 2012 election, have now turned red under the influence of Trump. For example, Michigan has turned to a red state, the first time since 1988. After winning, Trump tweeted, “Such a beautiful and important evening! The forgotten man and woman will never be forgotten again. We will all come together as never before.” In his speech he added to this, believing, “It is time for us to come together as one united people.” President Barack Obama was “heartened” by Trump’s words and believes that, now, everyone is rooting for Trump’s success.

    Trump supporters and Clinton supporters have been rooted against each other since the very beginning of the presidential campaign; however the divide has never been this strong before. Clinton supporters took to social media to express their sadness over the outcome of the election. #NotMyPresident and #StillWithHer have been trending on Twitter, taking the #1 and #2 spots for most popular topics or trends on Twitter. In Clinton’s concession speech she tried to console her supporters, stating that Trump “must be given the chance to lead.” In addition to, Clinton has even offered her help to Trump throughout his presidency. Also, celebrities endorsing Clinton have publicly stated that if Trump was elected, they would move to Canada or other nations to get away from his authority. On Tuesday (November 9) night, the Canadian immigration website crashed due to the heavy amount of people logging onto their website. Trump supporters have taken to social media stating, “Start packing!” to pro-Clinton celebrities. In addition to Trump’s victory, Republicans were able to keep majority control over the Senate and the House. Overall, no matter every person’s personal political belief, the nation must come together and achieve success.

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