Trump Claims Accomplishments without Working a Single Day in Office; an “Amazing Man-Child”


Trump has one talent, bragging about things he has never done. Although he cannot legitimately claim a single positive success in his lifetime, this has never stopped him from boasting about the accomplishments of others.

I believe that hard work and persistence is needed to accomplish goals, and the greater the goal, the harder the work. I watched President Obama spend long days to save our nation’s economy. Together with the most qualified and experienced advisers in our nation, he left office with our nation’s economy in full recovery. President Obama was counseled by his Vice-President, Joe Biden, who will likely be our nation’s 46th president.

Trump seldom arrives in the Oval Office before 11 a.m. His “work day” usually ends before 3:30 in the afternoon. I would ask him this question if I were able: “How have you accomplished so many things without working. We know you watch television most of the day, unless you are golfing, or attending parties at Mar-a-Lago or one of your other resorts?”

Trump obese

The truth is that every positive report about the economy began under President Obama’s administration. Trump’s “accomplishments” are to begin a trade war with China, costing 300,000 Americans their jobs, and give huge tax breaks to the wealthy and corporations which are adding trillions of dollars to the national debt. This is Trump’s “great economy,” not yours or mine.

And where are the screaming “conservatives” in this Republican Party in Name Only? Jim Jordan, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Matt Gaetz, and others should be attacking Trump every day for his wasteful personal spending and failed fiscal policy of ‘trickle down economics.’ Hypocrites one and all.


One final fact. Although Trump makes negative claims about Joe Biden, the American people fare far better under Democratic administrations. This is not a claim, it’s historical fact.

Op-ed by James Turnage


Image courtesy of DonkeyHotey

My eight novels, including “A Little Murder in the Biggest Little City,” are available on Amazon’s free Kindle app

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