Tonight, let's ignore the Media Party narrative about "chaos" and "Russia," and look at real things instead: What has Trump accomplished since his inauguration, and what promises has he failed to keep?
Number one is Trump’s first appointment to the Supreme Court, Neil Gorsuch, because the Supreme Court writes more of America’s laws all the time.
And there will likely be another vacancy, as soon as this year, as 84-year-old Ruth Bader Ginsburg retires. If Trump makes a second solid appointment, that’s probably the single more important thing he will achieve as president.
The second most important thing he’s done is appointing Scott Pruitt to head the Environmental Protection Agency. Pruitt used to be an attorney general suing the EPA; now he’s running it.
Tonight I’ll review Trump’s other accomplishments, from pulling out of the Paris climate agreement to reviving the economy.
I’ve got some criticisms, too, especially about the delay in constructing his promised border wall.
If, after hearing my ten points, you think I’m too generous to Trump, just imagine what Hillary and Bill Clinton and the Democrats would have done by now…