Trump Isn't Taking a Break from the Campaign, He's Proving to Americans What He Has to Offer

Justin Holcomb
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Posted: Oct 26, 2016 4:30 PM
Trump Isn't Taking a Break from the Campaign, He's Proving to Americans What He Has to Offer

Most of the mainstream media portrayed Republican nominee Donald Trump's ribbon cutting ceremony in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday as a break from the campaign trail and even suggested that he was using the media coverage as free advertisement for his newly opened hotel.  

CNN's Dana Bash quickly moved in on Trump after the ceremony and inferred that he was using the election to benefit his business.

Trump was not happy with the question.

"I say the following: You have been covering me for the last — long time. I did yesterday eight stops and three major speeches, and I've been doing this for weeks straight," Trump said. 

"For you to ask me that question is actually very insulting because Hillary Clinton does one stop and then she goes home and sleeps. And yet you'll ask me that question. I think that's a very rude question, to be honest with you." 

Anyone in their right mind knows that Trump uses his business to prove to the American people that he can get things done ahead of schedule and under budget.  This is the 'mindset' that he talks about while campaigning across the country.  

A perfect example of federal agency disasters is the F-35 program.  What was supposed to be one of the 'next great things' has turned into an economic and strategic disaster.  The program is six years behind schedule and tens of billions of dollars over budget. And now, 16 years after the F-35 prototypes made their first flights, military officials are finally admitting the horrific repercussions of an untamed budget.  

According to the U.S. Government Accountability Office, to execute the program as planned, the Department of Defense will have to increase funds steeply over the next 5 years and sustain an average of $12.6 billion per year through 2037 to keep the F-35 program afloat.

It was reported today that nearly 100 percent of political donations from federal employees just like the one's involved in the F-35 program are being donated to the Clinton campaign.  They don't want Trump in office because they know he will put an immediate halt to the unrestricted money flow from the American taxpayer.  

Projects like the Trump hotel in Washington are exactly the reason why Trump has won the hearts and minds of the American people.