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Submitted by Michael Garland (United States), Jan 15, 2021 at 10:09

Daniel I disagree with your premise that Trump was a mundane president. I believe he's been the most effective counter part to the Left's poisonous agitprop which is determined to destroy our way of life.

He reformed the VA, protected our borders, deregulated the bureaucracy, lowered taxes, defended American manufactures, retaliated against Chinese mercantilism, improved Arab/Israeli relations, he didn't start another war, spared this country from crooked hillary, and YES tried to America great again.

He won reelection in approx 2500 counties vs. 500 for the left. There were so many election violations and irregularities that fraud is provable and obvious. I don't believe for one second, a senile, larcenous Biden got more votes.

He was illegally obstructed, investigated, and impeached by a corrupt bureaucracy and media.

In the end, he was probably his own worse enemy. I think he was the best president in my life time, even better than Ronald Reagan.


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Daniel Pipes replies:

"mundane personality" were my words, not "mundane president."

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