Sarah Sanders Just Gave Trump the Ultimate Christmas Gift…And the Media HATES It!

Sarah Sanders Just Gave Trump the Ultimate Christmas Gift…And the Media HATES It!

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On Sunday, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders showed Americans just how great this year has been because of President Donald Trump.Related imageShe put out a question to Trump supporters across America asking them:

“Which is the more underreported story of @POTUS Year One? Defeat of ISIS… Booming Trump economy…”

About an our later, she retweeted this message with the following caption:

“Amazing how much safer & more prosperous America is after only one year of President @realDonaldTrump”

Sanders has given Trump the gift of ever her complete and sincere loyalty! She has continued to fight for him and for our country and that is such a blessing!

Looking back on the year, President Trump has truly begun to make the country great again. It is a shame how little media coverage is actually committed to reporting those triumphs. Most of the news coverage focuses on false stories or meaningless details.Image result for sarah sandersThis year the mainstream media has gone to unheard of lengths to make President Trump fail but still he has accomplished so much! Are you proud of Trump so far

Sanders has given Trump the gift of ever her complete and sincere loyalty! She has continued to fight for him and for our country and that is such a blessing!

Looking back on the year, President Trump has truly begun to make the country great again. It is a shame how little media coverage is actually committed to reporting those triumphs. Most of the news coverage focuses on false stories or meaningless details.

This year the mainstream media has gone to unheard of lengths to make President Trump fail but still he has accomplished so much! Are you proud of Trump so far?Image result for sarah sanders

Trump touts tax bill as ‘Great Christmas gift’ to middle class

Americans should get set to win under the GOP’s tax reforms, President Trump said Saturday in impromptu comments to reporters as he departed for a rare trip to Camp David.

“Well, we have a tremendous spirit for the tax reform,” Trump said. “This is going to be one of the great Christmas gifts to middle income people.”

House and Senate Republicans agreed Friday on a tax reform compromise that looks likely to pass Congress next week.

Trump insisted Saturday that the bill will compel companies to invest in growth.

“Companies are coming in, they’re pouring into the country, they’ve already started,” the president said. “And this will be great for jobs, it’ll be fantastic for the middle-income people.if you look at the whole thing, everybody’s going to benefit.”Image result for trumpTrump said the bill’s steep reduction in the repatriation tax will rev up the overall economy. The repatriation tax is a levy companies must pay when they bring foreign earnings back to the United States. The tax bill will drive the rate from 35 percent down to 15.5 percent.

“We think $4 trillion will come flowing back into the country that’s money that’s overseas that’s stuck there for years and years,” Trump said.

“And I will say after what we’ve done with regulation and other things, our economy is doing fantastically well,” the president added. “But it has another big step to go, and it can’t do that step unless we do the tax bill.”

Trump joined Vice President Mike Pence and several members of his Cabinet at Camp David on Saturday afternoon to hone the administration’s agenda now that the tax bill which would mark its first major legislative victory appears within reach.Image result for trumpBehind the scenes, the administration labored to retain the support of GOP senators who had expressed reservations about the tax package, particularly Sen. Susan Collins of Maine, a moderate who helped to scotch the Republicans’ Obama Care repeal effort in September.

A sudden settlement of a lawsuit over ObamaCare subsidies to insurance companies was announced Friday, hours after congressional Republicans released their final tax deal, clearing the way for a bill that Collins wants passed in exchange for her vote on the tax-reform package.

The settlement will drop House conservatives’ objections to the payments, which Trump halted in October.

Trump, appearing giddy at the prospect of his first congressional win, focused on the big picture instead of the pesky details.Related image“The economy now has hit 3 percent. Nobody thought it would be anywhere close,” he boasted. “I think we can go to 4, 5, and maybe even 6 percent ultimately.

“We are back,” he said. “We’re really gonna start to rock.”

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