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We should all be able to laugh at this

Unemployment is at a record low. The economy is creating lots of jobs. The President’s approval rating from Gallup is now higher than Carter’s, Reagan’s, or Obama’s at the same period. People are working, actually seeing the benefits of the tax cuts, so what does the media do?

They decide to run a series of stories about the President’s bad business skills from the late eighties and early nineties. I guess they were so busy covering the landing of Trump’s 757 in 2016 like it was Air Force One that they totally didn’t pay attention to Trump’s own Republican opponents running these stories.

Trump owned a casino that went bankrupt. We do not need a ten part New York Times exposé to tell us about his business skills. It was front page in all the tabloids back in the day. Republicans attacked him for it in 2016. It did not work.

I really do think the media must have been out to lunch in 2016. Trump made his business skills the central piece of his campaign and every single Republican out there tried to turn it on him because … wait for it … his business filed bankruptcy and his financial turmoil was a central tabloid story for a decade.

Only now this is news? Only after his approval rating goes up because of a booming economy thanks to … wait for it … his policies?

This is all very funny.

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