The Hammer and Nigel Show
Why Democrats Are Headed for More Heartache on November 6
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Midterms are a little over two weeks away, and Donald Trump is in full campaign mode. Despite an exhausting schedule combined with a convergence of national and international affairs that require his constant focus and attention, the President seems as vibrant and energetic as ever. If Trump is in "the worst physical shape of any President in history," he's certainly not acting like it.
The raucous speech that Trump delivered at a rally in Montana this week drew intense criticism from an increasingly deranged and desperate liberal media and their blind followers, but it was a single tweet that came shortly after that appearance that brought clarity and sense to the political divide in the country as it currently stands. More importantly, it demonstrated the strategic intelligence of a man whose detractors have consistently attempted to label a "moron," a "buffoon," an "idiot," a "tyrant in the midst of a mental breakdown."
#JobsNotMobs represents much more than a campaign slogan or a slight against Trump's political foes; it's a glimpse into the genius of a man who rose from the laughing stock of the Republican party to the President of the United States. Say what you want about the numerous faults and blind spots of Donald Trump - and they are many - but the man is a supremely gifted political chess player.
What Trump understands now and always has is that Americans still believe in American Exceptionalism. More importantly, the President understands human nature, and that when push comes to shove, the practical needs, welfare, success, and desires of the individual always win out over the religious, cult-like idealism of the left.
While Democrats remain locked in the midst of an increasingly deranged 23-month temper-tantrum over the 2016 election result, President Trump and the Republican party are strategically and intentionally preparing to deliver another massive upset on November 6. And when they do, I hope the President will be a gentleman and thank the Democrats profusely. The fact is, he couldn't have done it without their help.
WIBC hosts Hammer and Nigel dig into the impending midterm election in the following clip. Click below to check it out: