COMPARE: Then and now

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Obama — Looked the other way for eight years while North Korea enhanced their nuclear capabilities to the point they can reach the U.S. with nuclear warheads. He is praised by mainstream (liberal) media as a great statesman, a man of patience and wisdom.

Trump — He’s taking on the task of stopping Rocket Man before he accomplishes his mission. Trump is proclaimed a warmonger and dangerous by this same media. Hmmm!

Obama — Got to work about 9 a.m. Watched ESPN to get his day going, checked on available tee times and was then advised on what the deplorables were up to — hoped to sign a couple Executive Orders to complete his day. Oh yes, slipped out for a smoke before Michelle arrived to start her push-ups.

Trump — Sleeps about four hours per night, tries to have his complete administration called by 6 a.m., sends a couple of tweets to get the liberal blood pumping at very dangerous levels, spends his next 18 hours working furiously to drain the swamp — on it goes, seven days/week.

Obama — Re: ISIS and the military. Obama was THE General — couldn’t drop a bomb without his say so — gave Iraq to the enemy on a platter (my opinion is that Obama knew as much about war as a donkey knows about sic-em!)

Trump — Turned the war on Radical Islamic Terrorists over to his generals and said “Win It!” and believe me, they ARE!

All of the above is mostly true.

MARVIN GEORGE MILLER

Coeur d’Alene

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