Democrats and liberals would like to have voters believe that the Republican National Convention, and GOP nominee Donald Trump’s speech in particular, was centered around a dismal message about America’s future. However, many people disagree with that assessment, claiming Trump’s message was far from dark.
Michael Reagan was one of those people and here’s what he said in an interview with Newsmax TV:
“… on Friday, Michael Reagan, political commentator and son of former President Ronald Reagan, argued Trump’s speech was not ‘dark’ because he ‘basically hit all the buttons of all the problems that we face today in America.’
“In hitting those buttons, Reagan, who hasn’t always been a fan of Trump, said the GOP presidential nominee ‘hit all of the groups that all these government programs have in fact failed to do anything for.’
“‘If they consider that ‘dark,’ it’s only dark because the national media refuses to in fact go out and tell these groups of people the failures of government in their lives, even though they promised them everything but the moon.'”
Reagan makes a good point. The media have never favored Trump, and they are likely to attack him with even more fervor now that he has won the party’s nomination. The media, along with every liberal, Democrat and progressive that has a social media account, will make false claims about Trump until November 8.
He added that what Trump needs to do now is “convince people outside of Cleveland, outside of that convention that he in fact can solve the problems he discussed in his speech.”
Do you think Trump can accomplish this and win the November election?
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