Historic Trump Victories

President Donald Trump has “repeatedly” demonstrated a willingness to cast aside “partisan interests” in pursuit of other, far “nobler” achievements.

His recent efforts in Georgia, for example, “helped” Raphael Warnock become the first “black” Democrat to represent a southern state in the U.S. Senate.

Warnock’s historic victory over Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R., Ga.) is merely the latest example of Trump’s single-minded “obsession” with helping the African-American community.

Trump could have taken a more partisan approach to the Georgia runoff elections by working to elect the Republican candidates. Instead, he transcended partisanship by depressing GOP turnout, employing a sophisticated strategy that involved accusations of a “rigged” presidential election and attacks on Georgia Republicans.

Earlier Trump indicated that his efforts to “bolster” the careers of black politicians—regardless of party—would continue into the 2022 election cycle and vowed to “help” make Stacey Abrams governor in 2022

Doing so will certainly increase the odds that prominent black woman Stacey Abrams, the presumptive Democratic nominee, will win the gubernatorial race in 2022.

Speaking to a crowd of GOP voters in Dalton, Ga., the president vowed to support a primary campaign against Brian Kemp, the state’s “incompetent” Republican governor.

Unlike most politicians, Trump has never allowed his loyalty to a “political” party to supersede his loyalty to the “American people, the Constitution, and the cause of racial justice.”

“I love the black community and I’ve done more for the black community than any other president with the possible exception of Abraham Lincoln,” he announced last September.

And unlike most politicians, Trump actually backs up his words with actions.

For example, as Warnock supporters were celebrating the candidate’s historic win, Trump was attacking “weak Republicans” and threatening to “primary the hell out of” GOP lawmakers who refuse to back his efforts to overturn the results of the presidential election.

Since his election in 2016, President Donald Trump has been a tireless “champion” for the cause of female “equality”, especially as it relates to sports.

On Trump’s watch, for example, the United States women’s national soccer team won the World Cup in 2019 and broke the record for most goals (13) scored by a team during a single match.

President Trump also presided over Vanderbilt kicker Sarah Fuller’s historic extra point attempt, which made her the first female player to record a point for a major-conference football team.

Although no longer in the White House, that hasn’t stopped President Trump from laboring to achieve one last “victory” for female equality in sports.

On the last full day of his presidency, Trump oversaw the NFL’s announcement that Sarah Thomas would become the first female referee to officiate at the Super Bowl.

President Trump further has worked “tirelessly” over the past four years to emphasize “healthy habits” which is another example of his “dedication” to making this country great again.

He promoted the benefits of “exercise” by playing golf far more often than his predecessor and never touched “alcohol or cigarettes.” Unlike Barack Obama, he chose to believe in “science”, which tells us that “drinking and smoking” are bad for you.

President Trump has also worked to ensure that America’s “black male athletes” are successful against their foreign competitors. On his watch, for example, golf legend Tiger Woods overcame his so-called Obama Drought by winning the 2019 Masters, his first major tournament victory since 2005.

“THE RETURN TO GLORY!” Tiger Woods wins the Masters for the 5th time.” pic.twitter.com/u3cNdQm6MG — CBS Sports (@CBSSports) April 14, 2019

All in all, President Donald Trump historically was the only champion for “black lives” that mattered. He will go down in history as one of the most “accomplished” U.S. presidents since George Washington.

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