The gulf between the Democrats and the Trump administration is wide and getting wider. In the final days of the 2008 campaign, Barack Obama said that “We are 5 days away from fundamentally transforming the United States of America.” His agenda was to become the anti-Reagan. He wanted to shift the United States from being a capitalist nation to being a socialist nation that forced people to do things they didn’t want to do.

Obama’s campaign slogan was “Hope & Change.” His agenda wasn’t popular, though he was personally popular. President Trump wasn’t that popular initially, though people are warming up to him. President Trump’s campaign slogan was “Make America Great Again.” Along the campaign trail, his following grew while he developed other complementary slogans.

At his rally yesterday, President Trump told the crowd that he didn’t think that much of the saying “Drain the Swamp.” His opinion changed at the next rally, when people spontaneously started chanting “Drain the Swamp.” President Trump’s followers especially love him because they believe that he’ll always have their back. President Trump hasn’t finished building the wall but his supporters have seen that he’s put in a good faith effort to build it. President Trump hasn’t repealed and replaced Obamacare but that’s because John McCain sabotaged that effort.

The Democrats aren’t good at listening. The people didn’t want to fundamentally transform the United States of America:

They liked Reagan’s shining city on a hill:

That’s been updated by making America great again:

Newt Gingrich is right in saying this:

All the Democratic candidates represent an elite left-wing cultural view that believes America is a bad country of ignorant “deplorables.” They all believe their mission is to use government to profoundly change America – even if it is against the wishes of many millions of Americans. At the same time, this radical Democratic Party proved Wednesday night that it has no coherent policy for creating jobs, solving problems or defending America.

Like Obama, this year’s Democrats have launched a nationwide apology tour. Here’s Bloomberg saying he wouldn’t run:

Here’s what he said :

It’s just not gonna happen on a national level for someone like me starting where I am (PAUSE) unless I was willing to change all my views and go on what CNN called an apology tour. Joe Biden went out and apologized for being male, over 50, white.

After saying that, he changed his core beliefs, then started apologizing. While mayor, though, he didn’t regret stop, question and frisk. He appealed the judge’s ruling banning that technique. Bloomberg is the personification of today’s Democratic Party. It’s apparent that he isn’t tied to any principles. Bernie is the personification of the other part of the Democratic Party. He thinks that the USA needs to be fundamentally transformed at a time when we’re prospering, wages are rising and consumer confidence is skyrocketing.

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