President Trump has now been in office a year and a quarter. President Trump’s results when compared to those of President Obama at the same time are stunning. In every economic measurement, President Trump far out-performs President Obama.
The mainstream media and Democrat Party continue to smear President Trump with the fake Russia collusion narrative. In doing so they also continue to ignore President Trump’s many accomplishments. When compared to Obama [and most presidents], President Trump’s efforts to shore up the economy are historic. President Trump’s economy is just plain on fire!
Barack Obama was the worst economic president since the Great Depression. Only Barack Obama’s foreign policy performed worse than his economic policies.
Despite the facts former First Lady Michelle Obama took a swipe at President Trump this week during a speaking engagement in Scotland.
Michelle Obama told an international audience Trump was “mediocre” and Americans must do better.
The Daily Mail reported:
Michelle Obama slammed US President Donald Trump for being ‘mediocre’ during a speech at a charity event in Scotland – but ruled herself out of ever running for president.
The former First Lady arrived in Edinburgh on Tuesday evening for the charity event organised by The Hunter Foundation and described as her first official international appearance since leaving the White House.
Up to 900 guests packed into the EICC venue in anticipation of hearing Mrs Obama shed light on her time as First Lady during a conversation moderated by five-time Olympic medallist Dame Katherine Grainger.
While talking about Trump, she said: ‘There’s something wrong with us as women that we would make that choice… we can’t be okay with mediocrity with men, but demand excellence from women.’
Her strong words against Trump come just hours after her husband Barack gave a sharp rebuke to Trump by warning that ‘strongman politics are ascendant’ in a speech in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Although she didn’t mention Trump by name, Mrs Obama said ‘the last election in my country does not give me hope,’ according to The Scotsman.