Articles News by mediahamiltonstrategiescom March 30, 2017
(This post originally appeared in Townhall.com | Image from Townhall)
By Dan Celia
I certainly don’t want to be so bold as to expect honest national reporting when it comes to President Donald Trump. But it is a bit frustrating when there is no coverage of what this president has achieved in just over two months in office. Indeed, it is truly mind-boggling—especially in Washington, D.C.—to keep up with the frantic pace.
On Monday, the media painted his presidency as crashing and burning, only to see this president continue to follow his instincts and do what is right for America in every way possible. Trump didn’t spend time whining, crying and complaining over what happened with his attempt to repeal and replace Obamacare. Instead, he kept his nose to the grindstone.
He continued to have meetings every day in the White House and immediately turned his attention to tax reform. He even talked about his next priority—infrastructure. Then we heard from House Speaker Paul Ryan that “repeal and replace” is not yet a dead issue.