After former President Barack Obama claimed credit for America’s economic boom, President Trump fired back, saying the boom is due to rolling back Obama’s policies and cutting regulations and taxes Ryanking Movie.
So who’s right? Who even cares? Think about it. The debate we’re having isn’t over how great things are. That ship has sailed. The media and Democrats see there’s no more denying the success. It’s now about quibbling over credit 나가토 유키짱의 소실 다운로드.
Fine. Let the Democrats have it. It won’t win them an election. But it might reduce their tears. Maybe Obama did have something to do with today’s economy 천공대전 다운로드. I mean, without Obama, would we have Trump?
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The fact is that this debate says a lot about life today 인스타그램 프로필 다운로드. The Trump economy is so great that Trump haters now want credit for it. Next thing you know, Obama will claim credit for putting kids in cages. Why not webview attachments? He did do it before Trump.
So it’s confusing. In the Democrats’ world, Obama isn’t responsible for his results, only for the success of whoever came next 코난 순흑의 악몽 다운로드.
Technically, then, President George W. Bush was responsible for Obama’s success. And of course, without Bush’s dad, we’d have no President Clinton ie ajax 다운로드. Couldn’t you do this forever?
Who gets credit for George Washington’s success? King George III, of course.
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Then there are those who just want the economy to tank because their hatred for Trump outweighs their love for the country, and because impeachment failed Paint net download.
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As a result, war erupts under Trump. But it’s a Twitter war, like a lot of the wars under Trump Galaxy Alpha Sim. Nonviolent, no body bags. Just trash talk and finger-pointing. I’ll take that over the other kind of wars any day.
Just remember, if it hadn’t been for smoke signals, there’d be no Twitter 배틀그라운드 핵 다운로드. Maybe Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., can take credit for that.
Adapted from Greg Gutfeld’s monologue on “The Five” on Feb. 18, 2020.
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