Trump to Face ‘Critical Fall’ or Just Mainstream Media Hype?

Many mainstream media outlets are predicting that President Donald Trump is about to hit a “critical fall” due to approval ratings and tension with Capitol Hill, as well as the nonsense with North Korea. There are also the bogus investigations into his “ties” with Russia.

Hello people?! Are we seeing the same trend here? The media gets everyone hyped up and paints Trump as a horrible man with extremely low approval ratings. However, we still see the good he is actually doing, despite their negative lies.

This reminds me of the 2016 presidential election when he faced Hillary Clinton. The MSM predicted that Trump had absolutely no chance of winning and reported that his ratings were extremely low. Guess who won?? Oh, that’s right: Trump! Trump won despite the lies.

Do not be fooled by the fear-mongering reports.

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The Hill reports:


This month, lawmakers will seek to raise the debt ceiling, pass a measure to fund the government and provide billions of dollars in relief for Texas and Louisiana in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.

There is also the question of whether Republicans can pass significant tax reform, a goal for which Trump made a pitch last week during a visit to Missouri.

Trump as early as Tuesday is expected to announce he is ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which has allowed hundreds of thousands of young immigrants who entered the United States illegally as children to get work permits and live free from fear of deportation.

The president is expected to provide six months for the program to wind down, which would give Congress the opportunity to write legislation that could replace it — a difficult, though not impossible, task.

All of this action comes more than half way through a year devoid of significant GOP legislative achievements, despite Republican control of the White House, the Senate and the House of Representatives since January. This is raising pressure on Trump and his allies to do something this fall.

August was a difficult month for Trump, who hit one of the low points of his presidency amid the criticism of his response to fatal violence at white nationalist marches in Charlottesville, Va.

Yet by August’s end, there were some moments in which the most unconventional president of modern times adopted a more orthodox role — and possibly to his advantage.

He has visited the Lone Star State twice since Hurricane Harvey hit and has repeatedly expressed solidarity with those affected.


Some of these events happening are completely out of his control. Perhaps if Obama had actually played president and squashed out BLM and condemned the riots happening while he was president, then things wouldn’t have escalated to this.

Either way, Trump is being blamed for literally everything (even the hurricanes) and there is no end in sight. Just remember that you can’t trust everything you see in the media.


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