Pro-Trump Candidate For Congress Michael Snyder Applauds Donald Trump For A Very Successful First Year In Office

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Many were anticipating that Donald Trump would be just like every other president once he got into office, but Trump has proved the skeptics wrong.  Normally, professional politicians make all sorts of wild promises while they are running for office, but once they win they actually deliver on very few of them.  We have seen this happen over and over and over again, and a lot of people fully expected Donald Trump to follow the same pattern.  Fortunately for the American people, Donald Trump is trying very hard to be a man of his word, and we should greatly applaud him for that.


Not since the Reagan administration have we seen a president do so many positive things in a single year.  The Washington Examiner has compiled a list of 81 major accomplishments during Trump’s first year that you can find right here, and WND has compiled an even larger list of 170 major accomplishments right here.

Of course there is so much work that still needs to be done, and that is one of the reasons why I am running as the pro-Trump candidate for Congress in Idaho’s first congressional district.  Once I win my race, I intend to be President Trump’s best friend in Congress, and I will work tirelessly to implement the Make America Great Again agenda.

The mainstream media would have us believe that Donald Trump is a deeply unpopular president, but that is not the case at all.  In fact, Donald Trump’s current approval rating of 46 percent is exactly equal to Barack Obama’s approval rating at the end of his first year in office

Much has been made about President Donald Trump’s relatively low approval ratings, but Trump has ended his first year in office on par with his predecessor Barack Obama.

A Rasmussen poll released on Thursday put Trump at a 46 percent approval rating and a 53 percent disapproval rating.

On the same date at the end of Obama’s first year in office — December 28, 2009 — Obama was sitting at a 47 percent approval rate and a 52 percent disapproval rate. Just one day later, on December 29, Obama’s approval rating dropped to 46 percent.

The difference is that Donald Trump’s approval rating is actually rising, while Obama’s was steadily falling all throughout 2009.

As Donald Trump continues to keep his promises, we should expect that his approval rating will continue to rise.

Let me give you just one example.  During the presidential campaign, Trump repeatedly promised to “bomb the hell out of ISIS”, and that is precisely what he did.  As a result, this was the worst year ever for ISIS, and at this point the terror organization has lost 98 percent of the territory that it captured while Barack Obama was in the White House…

ISIS has lost 98 percent of the territory it once held — with half of that terror group’s so-called “caliphate” having been recaptured since President Trump took office less than a year ago, U.S. military officials said Tuesday.

The massive gains come after years of “onerous” rules, when critics say the Obama administration “micromanaged” the war and shunned a more intensive air strategy that could have ended the conflict much sooner.

This is just one area where President Trump is getting things done.  If we wanted to talk about all of them, we would literally be here all day.

But the big question is whether Trump will be able to keep this momentum going.  The 2018 mid-term elections are rapidly coming up, and the Democrats are hoping to take back control of either the House or the Senate.  If they are able to get control of either one, Trump’s agenda will be stopped dead in Congress.

On the other hand, pro-Trump forces are beginning to take control of the Republican Party from coast to coast, and if we are able to sweep dozens of pro-Trump candidates to victory all over the nation next year we could have the opportunity to fundamentally alter the character of the federal government for the next several decades.

It starts with the Republican primaries which will be held around the country in just a few months.  If pro-Trump candidates don’t win those primaries, we won’t even have anyone decent to vote for by the time November 2018 rolls around.

So please support pro-Trump candidates wherever they are running.  Personally, there is no incumbent in my race, and so it is completely wide open.  This is a golden opportunity for pro-Trump forces to pick up a seat in Congress, but I can’t do it alone.  We very much need more support and more volunteers, because there are five other candidates running and it is going to be a very tough battle.

It has been a great year for the Trump movement, and let us all congratulate President Trump for overcoming so many obstacles and having such a great first year.

But this is just the beginning of the battle, and I believe that the upcoming mid-term elections in 2018 are going to be the most important in modern American history.

Michael Snyder is a Republican candidate for Congress in Idaho’s First Congressional District, and you can learn how you can get involved in the campaign on his official website. His new book entitled “Living A Life That Really Matters” is available in paperback and for the Kindle on

  • watchmannonthewall

    Unfortunately, most of the American public is completely unaware of the accomplishments of the President. A complete indictment of the press’ complicity in support of communism (Obama, Hillary, and DNC), even while claiming Trump supports Putin!!

    “You hypocrite, first take the log out of your own eye and then you will see clearly enough to take the speck out of your brother’s eye!” (Mt. 7:5)

    Thank you, Michael! If I lived in Idaho, you’d have my vote!!

    • “even while claiming Trump supports Putin”

      To be fair though, Crooked ʞomrad Donald has gone on and on about how much he admires and respects and has a man-crush on Putin.

      • watchmannonthewall

        “To be fair”, if the Clintonite special counsel had anything on “crooked comrade” Trump after a year of searching, and has now apparently gone back a decade(s) or more instead of focusing on the election campaign period to dig up dirt, I have no doubt we’d all be well aware of his alleged crimes considering how willing the press is to share non-news items about Trump. Don’t you?

        In addition, by going back decades to find “collusion”, their investigation implies Trump has known for decades he was planning to run for the presidency, the Soviet Union would explode and Russia would once again rise to the top of world powers as well as a number of other world events totally out of any single person’s control. You don;t really believe that conspiracy crap, do you?

  • DJohn1

    There are too many “hit” squads out there. Not literally.
    Until Mr. Trump breaks up the media ownership of about 6% of wealthy individuals under the control of the opposition party we will continue to see one lie after another slandering the new President.
    Until he breaks up the subversion of the many intelligence agencies by the opposition party, he will wake up every day to something else being broadcast and lied about.
    Until the Republican Congress breaks up the witch hunt of the special prosecutor’s office with its many Democrat loyalists, it will be all about Donald Trump prosecution and nothing about what others have done wrong.
    I suggest treason charges against individuals conspiring to overthrow a President would be much more in order than what is going on right now.
    If they were not so stupid it might be different. They are doing the Democrat Party a whole lot of harm with the current actions we see in the media.
    Donald Trump is his own worst enemy as you will find out if you get elected.
    If I were a Democrat, I would not want him going anywhere. I would want him in office.
    Because the best argument for keeping him is his obnoxious behavior will put a whole lot of democrats in office.
    I welcome your becoming a Congress Person. But only because I think you need the education that such a station will get you.

    • Robert Mueller is a lifelong Republican, which is the opposite of lifelong Democrat Donald.

      “I suggest treason charges against individuals conspiring to overthrow a President”

      You may as well suggest attempted murder charges against surgeons who use scalpels to save patients’ lives then; it would make as much sense.

      Donald is the only one who should be looking down the barrel of an arrest. They are not investigating an innocent man. I’m all for supporting one’s political party, but we were handed a real lemon in Crooked Donald. He is sin incarnate, and he must be excised from our democracy sooner rather than later.

      • MEP325

        “He must be excised from our democracy sooner rather than later”

        Keep dreaming. You’re going to be sorely disappointed until 2020 and maybe even 2024. Long time to be wallowing in bitterness that surely will lead to misery.

  • Sam

    Like other sites with an agenda, this site won’t tell the other half of the story such as: for years, Trump criticized Obama for playing golf while on the job.
    “Can you believe that, with all of the problems and difficulties facing the U.S., President Obama spent the day playing golf,” he tweeted Oct. 13, 2014.
    But since taking office, Trump has been a regular visitor at his own golf clubs in Florida and Virginia — so far outpacing Obama in the amount of time he spends on the green.
    Trump Golf Count
    Costing US Taxpayers approx.
    $101,863,700 according to golfwithdonald

  • RedWok

    Why is there no word on Trump increasing the national debt by 1.5 trillion dollars? Every time Obama did anything bad it was promptly reported on here but now that a republican is president it’s only good news?

    • You just answered your own question. Literally EVERY SINGULAR THING that we went ape sҺít over when Obama did, we’re all now supposed to hand over a gilded free pass to Disastrous Donald, because reasons(?)

  • comedycentral.mtvnimages. com/images/shows/the_jim_jefferies_show/113/jim_jefferies_show_01_013_priority01_PR_sting.jpg

    This Jim Jefferies guy is making a name for himself imitating ʍi¢hael $ηyder… except he’s opting for the far more popular anti-Donald tact.

  • Isaac

    MS: A very dangerous game is being played behind the scenes, and I believe that Trump is going to come out the big winner in the end.

    NOPE. Go on dreaming.

    MS: Many on the left had been anticipating that 2018 would be the year when Donald Trump is finally taken down, but they will be bitterly disappointed when some of their most cherished heroes end up in shackles instead.

    I reckon you’ll be the one who is “bitterly disappointed,” when your boy, Trump gets taken down like a pathetic sacked quarterback.

    MS: If the elite had not gone after Trump so brutally earlier this year, perhaps he would have been willing to let some things slide. But once Robert Mueller was appointed as special counsel and given an unlimited amount of time, money and resources to dig up dirt on Trump, it was inevitable that Trump would try to find a way to strike back even harder.

    Trump is like Nixon – he is a liar and a crook. Trump LIES so much that even when he tells the truth he can’t be believed. He knows he is cornered so he is just biding his time getting as much $ as he can and hoping that Pence will pardon him.

  • Isaac

    MS: The mainstream media would have us believe that Donald Trump is a deeply unpopular president, but that is not the case at all. In fact, Donald Trump’s current approval rating of 46 percent is exactly equal to Barack Obama’s approval rating at the end of his first year in office…

    NOPE. You can keep telling yourself that. Trump is deeply unpopular and many Americans either dislike him or hate him. He is a half-baked knucklehead. Even Nixon was more presidential than Trump and he was just as paranoid and arrogant. Trump who keeps on bragging about himself doesn’t deserve to be president!