If there is to be a coalescence of Republicans with constitutionalists, conservatives, independents and the working class of America who just elected Donald J. Trump in a complete repudiation of the Obama/Clinton degradation of America, then the powers that be must be on board with Trump's impressive action plan just as vigorously as he pursued this office...and his resilience to make it happen must be as unrelentingly vigilant!
No doubt, it'll be tough. There'll even be some current Republicans standing in the way alongside their Democratic counterparts. But any effort less to accomplish the brunt of this work would frankly be all for naught, particularly when a Republican president has the resources of both Republican-majority houses of Congress at his side (and a SCOTUS appointee to boot!). We've essentially been granted a second chance, a reset to 2000 if you will. Let's not squander it again. And though I may have some differences of opinion with a few of these measures (primarily talk of tariffs), the majority of these proposed acts MUST PASS in the first 100 days to make good on the new president's promises:
And a word about unity. This is something that not only needs to be discussed, but more importantly accomplished. We should be a united people, but in a united cause. And there lies the departure in much of the Left. See here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and elsewhere to witness much of the rejection of unity. Whether an honest discussion or just shy of it (the latter of which would appear to be the case in Obama's coaxing call for a faux unity below), NONE OF THAT need include 'working' with the first Marxist president, nor 'seeking his counsel'...?!
I know this is the introductions-and-handshakes formalities of the post-election cycle where everyone plays nice, but the former documentation is what those who elected the 45th president want to see...not the latter. It's true.
Related links: Trump’s Impressive 100-day Action Plan to Make America Great Again
Donald Trump's campaign promises for the first 100 days
I Would Like to Thank the American Left