CLOSING ARGUMENT: Judge Jeanine – Everything is Better Under Trump

In making a final argument for Republicans in the midterm election, let’s use a famous argument used by Ronald Reagan. Are you better off than you were just less than two years ago? Was the stock market better? Was unemployment better? Are wages growing faster than during 8 years of Obama?

Is this country bowing to 3rd world tyrants as Obama did? Is ISIS still in control of large sections of Iraq and Syria? Is the United States sending pallets of cash to Iran to sponsor terrorism? If you think things are much better now, why would you vote to return Democrats to power, especially considering how far to the left they’ve moved?

From Breitbart News

“The left prefers style over substance. They prefer interpretation over facts. The subjective versus the objective truth and reality. Why? Because they hate him,” she added.

Pirro offered the progress President Donald Trump had made in the Middle East, particularly on Israel and combatting radical Islam as reasons to get out and vote and support pro-Trump Republicans.

“The man’s promise-keeping is relentless,” Pirro said of the president. “He promised us jobs, and he gave them to us. He promised he’d move the embassy to Jerusalem and he did. He promised he’d break the Iran deal and he did. He promised he’d get rid of ISIS and he did. He promised he would rebuild the military and he did to the tune of $700 billion.”

The Fox News Channel host also took aim at the so-called Never Trumpers, who might be reluctant to vote for GOP candidates given Trump’s “style.”

“Everything is better, but you don’t like his style,” Pirro said sarcastically. “You don’t like him. You’re concerned about the rhetoric and who we are.”

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