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Donald Trump speaking with supporters at a campaign rally at the Prescott Valley Event Center in Prescott Valley, Arizona on Oct. 4, 2016.

Why President Donald Trump is the better candidate

The 45th president, a deeply divisive leader, is running for re-election in the United States Presidential election 2020.

If you are unfamiliar with Mr. Trump’s values and beliefs, here are some: Pro-life, pro-police, gun rights, border control, legal immigration, tax breaks, strong military, small government, less control/mandates, capitalism, free speech, and law & order.

Trump plans to eradicate COVID-19 by developing a vaccine by the end of 2020, return to normal in 2021, make all critical medicines and supplies for healthcare workers in the United States, and refill stockpiles and prepare for future pandemics. He also plans to focus on education, defending our police, end illegal immigration and protect American workers, innovate for the future, and defend American values.

Trump’s agenda includes creating 10 million new jobs in 10 months, creating 1 million new small businesses, cutting taxes to boost take-home pay and keeping jobs in America, enacting fair trade deals that protect American jobs, expanding opportunity zones, and continuing a deregulatory agenda for energy independence.

Trump has accomplished many feats never before seen in history. Prior to COVID-19, Trump created almost 4 million jobs since the election and more Americans were employed than ever before in our history. Unemployment claims hit a 49-year low and median household income hit the highest level ever recorded. African-American, Hispanic-American, and Asian-American unemployment achieved the lowest rate ever recorded; also, women’s unemployment reached the lowest rate in 65 years.

Trump has created more than 8,700 opportunity zones across the United States, established as part of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, and intended to foster long-term private sector investments in low-income communities affecting minority groups. If Donald Trump is re-elected, I am very confident that the economy will have a v-shaped recovery after COVID-19 is done.

A popular claim from the leftist community is that Trump is a racist and white supremacist. He is not. Here is a link to a video of Donald Trump disavowing the KKK, White supremacists, and Neo-Nazis over 20 times.

However, Joe Biden, Trump’s opponent, had to drop out of the presidential election in 2007 for being racist after he said “You cannot go to a 7-11 or a Dunkin’ Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent, I’m not joking.” Then he went on to say, Obama is “the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean.”

That’s not only the first time he’s had to drop out of a presidential election. Joe Biden ran for president 33 years ago. He dropped out because he was caught cheating. Joe Biden was forced to drop out of the 1987 presidential race after it was proven that he copied word for word a speech by a British Politician.

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