By Tank Murdoch

(TNS) Fresh off a week in which the USMCA agreement was ratified by the Senate and the first-ever trade agreement with China was signed, President Donald Trump arrived in Davos, Switzerland on Tuesday as Democrat minions continued to plot his demise in Washington.



No doubt impeachment is weighing on his mind, but the president did not let it distract him from his oft-stated mission: To promote America abroad and to get the best deals he can for the American people, including the ungrateful ones and those who still believe “Russian collusion” happened.

Touting the flourishing economy and the rise of wages and net worth for working-class Americans, Trump noted that America was experiencing a “blue-collar boom” the likes of which has not been seen in decades.

“This is a blue-collar boom,” he said in Davos. “Since my election the net worth of the bottom half of wage-earners has increased by 47 percent, three times faster than the increase for the top one percent.

“The American dream is back, bigger, better, and stronger than ever before. No one is benefiting more than America’s middle class,” he continued.

“America’s newfound prosperity is undeniable, unprecedented and unmatched anywhere in the world,” said the president — touting his achievements because the “mainstream media” isn’t about to.

“America achieved this stunning turnaround not by making minor changes to a handful of policies, but by adopting a whole new approach centered entirely on the well-being of the American worker,” he said.

“Every decision we make on taxes, trade, regulation, energy, immigration, education and more is focused on improving the lives of everyday Americans,” said Trump. “Only when governments put their own citizens first will people be fully invested in their national futures.”

As well, Wall Street is responding to the president’s economic and foreign policy achievements with one record high after another. And while Democrats point to such gains as only helping ‘the wealthy,’ the fact is more than a hundred million ordinary Americans are invested in the stock market through their company’s 401(k) retirement plans.

And yet, far too many Americans believe this president is only worthy of impeachment.

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