The Trump Revolution: Chapter VII – A Call for the Women

Mohamed Hamada’s book The Trump Revolution is available for FREE here until the election. 

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A call for the women

The attempts to spoil the relations between Trump and the women of America are obvious. His opponents want to see him losing votes, even making him lose the votes of half the American population.

They did all that they could, and they will not stop. They force the words in his mouth, and then they make a big story out of it. They dig in his past looking for something that would help them bring Trump down by making the American wife vote for Hillary.

Consequently, the elite businessmen would keep moving their factories to China. The American husband would lose his job. The family would lose their house and move to an apartment or back to their parents’.

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We have seen how Trump is dealing with his wife and daughters. His wife was giving him a hard time on camera in front of everyone, and he was smiling and listening like a kid.

In every sad story of job loss, the American Woman has been in the scene more than once. Once for herself when she lost her own job, another time for seeing her husband losing his job and once more for the seeing of her children when they lost their jobs. Would an American woman vote for Hillary, the supporter and defender of the free trade agreements, when she sees her husband laid off from his job in his forties or fifties?

Would an American woman trust her husband’s friend who is trying to help her husband in getting his job back? Or, would she trust her ambitious girlfriend who is ready to step on everyone to gain a personal achievement?

Trump is your family friend who is trying to help everyone get his job back. On the other hand, all that Hillary is eying is the glory of being the first woman president, even if millions of Americans lose their jobs.

Mohamed Hamada’s book The Trump Revolution is available for FREE here until the election. 

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