The appointments he makes today -- to State, Defense, Homeland Security, Labor, even the IRS -- will determine whether he is remembered as America's greatest president, or if the Trump name becomes a cautionary tale in American politics.
We Trump supporters don't want to be sore winners, so we ought to set a time limit on our gloating. I propose three years. Let us revel in the Never Trumpers' tweets leading up to the election night triumph.
Trump's election is the Doomsday Scenario for Democrats because they were just on the verge of turning the whole country into California through mass immigration. Then they'd never have to think about those hicks in the icky parts of the country ever again.
Now comes the part Americans have desperately hoped for, but almost never seen: A politician keeping his promises to the American people. To help Mr. Trump keep his promises, I've compiled a detailed schedule for his first 100 days in office.
For every argument the media make against Trump, Hillary's worse. There are probably lots of bad things Trump's done in his personal life in the past. The ruling class wants Hillary to do bad things to our country in the future.
The purpose of our immigration policies is not to help Americans -- or the immigrants who wanted to live in a place like America. They are designed to funnel welfare-dependent voters to the Democrats and cheap labor to the rich.
The ruling class doesn't want voters thinking about immigration, trade deals and wars that are destroying their way of life. Trump raised the issues that no one else would, the media and political class have done everything in their power to try to stop it.
The networks are holding casting calls for some loon willing to falsely accuse Trump of sexual assault, so they can hype it like the Duke lacrosse case. Unfortunately -- for us, fortunately for the media -- by the time the truth comes out, the election will be over.
The media can tell us where the candidates stand in the polls. They can't tell us why. Nonetheless, they insist on identifying the precise statement of Trump's that has caused any setback, which always happens to be whatever the media is being hysterical about.
Nothing illustrates more clearly that this election is about the people versus the elites than the fact that the media run from Trump's issues like Dracula from the sun. Trump wins whenever he talks about issues; he loses whenever he talks about himself.
Our media and politicians are pretty quick to jump to the conclusion that terrorist attacks have absolutely nothing to do with Islam. Trump is the only politician in 50 years to say, "Immigration security is national security." The voters are listening.
There was a period in this country when racism was a big problem. When it mattered, liberals were on the wrong side. Only when the principal danger facing most black Americans was that they'd be patronized to death, did liberals start seeing "racism" everywhere.