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[VIDEO] Eric Bolling: Trump Is Successfully Rolling Back Obama-Era Policies

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Fox News’ Eric Bolling had an observation about the first year of the Donald Trump presidency, and it is the exact opposite of what the Drive By Media is saying,

“Trump has fixed most of the Obama failures.”

Since winning the election, the Mainstream Media has run story after story, often times citing a single “anonymous source,” that presents the Trump administration as nothing more than helpless amateurs who are unorganized, and unable to run what is arguably the most powerful country in the world.

In contrast, the same Media spent eight years trying to convince the American people that the Obama administration was one of the most successful administrations in the nation’s history.

“Stop listening to the polls, stop listening to the media, and stop listening to the anti-Trumpers.”

Instead, Bolling suggests observing the measurable facts that are available for anyone who is willing to look at them.

The two most important factors to judge any presidency, said the Fox News host, are the economy and national security.

“President Obama presided over eight years of economic malaise. President Obama presided over the massive expansion of ISIS terror and homeland terror. President Obama presided over volatile civil unrest in our communities. President Obama was a failed president.” 

Bolling then examined the presidency of Donald Trump,

“President Trump, however, has a robust economy, ISIS is just about defeated, the Supreme Court is in tact and Conservative, and by the way, have you heard of any race riots in Ferguson or Baltimore recently?” 

Keep in mind, as well, that the Drive By Media’s polling data that shows a steady decline in the support for President Trump is obtained by the same Left-leaning research centers that predicted a 90% chance that Hillary Clinton would be the 45th President of the United States.

All of this is to say, that the Drive By Media has an agenda to destroy the administration of Donald Trump, and you should, therefore, take what they say with a grain of salt.

 

Source: Fox News

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