The recent Trump rally in Phoenix was an incredible experience for me. I waited 10 hours to get in, but this once-in-a-lifetime experience was well worth it. I know many people don’t like our President, but it is hard to deny that he has accomplished more in three short years than most. I don’t like some of his style, but I love the deregulations and tax cuts and the abundant jobs now available.
It is clear that most of what has been done is by the President’s force of will, since he’s had little help from Congress and lots of push-back and certainly no credit given.
With the prescription drug prices soaring and surprise medical bills bankrupting patients, Congress could make themselves relevant by coming up with solutions to these problems and bring great relief to millions, yet they continue to dither. I don’t think the President can fix these things alone. Congress can write legislation that will change the landscape of our healthcare. Do they really want to spend all their time investigating and complaining about the President? If they do, they may find themselves out of a job.