45 defines ‘TRUMPISM’

by Jessica Marie Baumgartner

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“Trumpism” has taken on many meanings since President Donald Trump’s first term in the White House, but he again laid out his definition of it Thursday. 

He posted to Truth Social, stating, “TRUMPISM,” as some call AMERICA FIRST, is very simple.”

He then listed what he and his supporters stand for:

  • Low Taxes and Regulations
  • The most powerful Military
  • Tariffs & Taxes on other countries who have taken advantage of the United States 
  • Protection of our 2nd Amendment
  • GREAT Healthcare
  • Low Energy Prices through Energy Independence
  • PARENTAL POWER on School Boards
  • “LIFE” 
  • STRONG Borders
  • & more!

The mainstream media, and those who do not understand America First politics or why the MAGA movement is still going strong, have used the term Trumpism to demean these concepts and President Trump’s policies. 

Wikipedia defines it as “a political movement, and set of mechanisms for acquiring and keeping control of power associated with Donald Trump.”

The New Yorker associated the term with “intolerance, racism, and belligerence” in 2022. 

But despite the mainstream’s push to brand President Trump as unhealthy for the nation, his supporters hold that during his time in office, America First policies offered prosperity. 

According to the Washington Examiner, unemployment rates hit historic lows. The median household income increased, per the National Review

President Trump also achieved peace in the Middle East facilitating four peace deals and improved the stability of international relations.

Despite facing claims that he would lead the U.S. into World War III, via The Hill, President Trump is now warning Americans of the dangers of the prospect of another World War under the Biden administration, per The Hill.

The media ignores these facts, but President Trump knows what he stands for, which is exemplified by Trumpism.

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