My Closing Argument: Tuesday the Choice Must Be Trump 11/7/16 - A Whittle Bit of Commentary

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Tuesday is the most significant election in my lifetime and many of yours. There are two clear roads that we as a nation can take. I don’t believe there is anyone that isn’t concerned about the outcome of this most serious election. Today, I want to explain in as much detail as possible why the choice on Tuesday must be Trump. Number one. Trump is a patriot. He loves America and I’ll take a man that loves America any day over the alternative. I know he isn’t a perfect man, he has made many mistakes, has said things, done things, that I disagree with. That being said, no man is perfect and we all have fallen short. Even Ronald Reagan was divorced. I believe Trump will protect us, will build up the military and will surround himself with a team that will make us safer here at home, and will bring more stability around the world. I believe he will grow the economy and bring back jobs. He will defend our constitutional rights and protect our religious liberty. He will bring accountability and law and order back. He will protect life and will fix our healthcare system, and will make education more successful for students. He will provide more conservative Supreme Court justices. Donald J. Trump is not a perfect man, but neither is this a perfect world, but he is the man needed to lead this nation at this moment. Regardless if you love or hate him, it’s either him or her. That’s our options. And the only choice on Election Day is Trump. I’m Chad Whittle on A Whittle Bit of Commentary.  

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Posted on November 6, 2016 .