By Stephen E. Strang for Townhall
Long before this week’s impeachment hearings, tens of thousands were filling arenas nearly every time President Donald Trump visited a city. And I was among them. When he chose to announce his bid for reelection in my hometown of Orlando on June 18, 2019, I was there, and I write about the rally in my new book, “God, Trump, and the 2020 Election.”
That evening, the president delivered a 76-minute trademark speech, telling all the things he’s accomplished in his first term. No matter what else you can criticize the president for, he keeps his word. At his huge rallies he likes to say, “Promises made, promises kept.” The list of what he has accomplished is stunning, even if often ignored.