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Let's get more of Trump's good and less of his bad and ugly

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President Donald Trump "saved the United States," says former Trump adviser Steve Bannon.

He's one of the "smartest, most clever, and successful" presidents, says Fox's Jeanine Pirro.

No, he's "dumb and racist," says comedian Seth Meyers, and guilty of "rampant corruption," say commentators on MSNBC.

The man divides opinion like no one else in America.

My latest video looks at the "good, bad and ugly" of Trump. The good is wonderful.

Unemployment is down, and the stock market is up.

 

Trump deserves credit for that. By criticizing "job-crushing regulations" and appointing some regulators who fear government overreach, Trump signaled people that government would not crush you merely because you make a profit or want to try something new. As a result, 6 million more Americans were hired.

Unemployment fell during Barack Obama's presidency, too, but under Obama, fewer Americans chose to even look for work. People dropped out of the labor force.

Once Trump was elected, more people applied for jobs again.

Why? I say it's because his administration sent a new message. Instead of telling people: "You're victims of an unfair system! You need handouts," Trump said: "You don't need welfare. Most of you can get a job."

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